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Correct spelling for EATTING
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Possible correct spellings for eatting
Mr. sharp was almost daily acting as if it had been determined, and as if he had been following the known law of the land.
I should say so-scores of them, darting about in equal excitement to our own.
Books were unknown; catholic literature, in the modern sense, had not yet been born; there was no vestige of such a thing beyond, perhaps, an occasional old, worn, and torn, yet dearly-prized and carefully-concealed prayer-book, dating from the happy days of the confederation of kilkenny.
At the end of it a horrible thought occurred to me: i had been batting right-handed!
Some of the other officers appeared as well set up and "groomed" as british officers, their short hair, shaven cheeks, and trim moustaches, all aiding the resemblance, with bright keen expression and smartness of manner.
She wore it like an earring, waggling it slyly so that her curls were set a-bobbing.
The shepherd, jabez, remained at his work, and he and augustus basset, the "bailie," did a little, throwing up a mead or two into "wakes" for carting; but their exertions were of small avail.
Now, there is a good deal to be said about races, and if 'twere not for the betting-which is gambling, under another name-i should rather like it.
It was not at all good beating weather....
After baiting their steeds, they proceeded to fawley by the silent guide of a finger-post, gained the vicinity of the park, and cutts, dismounting, flitted across the turf, and plunged himself into the hollows of the unfinished mansion while jasper took charge of the horses in a corner of the wooded lane.
She then had appreciation of the nature of a ten-hour day for workmen cutting eighteen acres of barley.
Nature brooks no delay, and the disharmonic organism must attune itself or perish.
The desires-the servants of vice-usually attain their ends.
The servant said he had not; and after adding the common gossip of the court, that masterson had left money, and the widow had gone to her own people, concluded, 'but they were very close after masterson's death, and the neighbours saw little of them.