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Correct spelling for EVEIDNET
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Possible correct spellings for eveidnet
She used to lie on her back, lulled by the sounds of eventide, and watch the midges glinting on the air of a golden world.
Evidence there was naturally but little.
It was dark here, and the atmosphere was musty and fetid; a murmur pervaded the place as of voices behind many closed doors, but apart from that the tenement might have been empty and deserted for all the signs of life it evidenced.
Mr tooke did not ask what this meant; but he evidently wished to know.
"but the critics said it was overdone and unreal," i added.
She lost a letter at the inn; that is one event.
In the revolution, when the british fleet blockaded the delaware and new york, little egg, the safest of the inlets, was used for evading the blockade.
He said that i was all that of which his holiness had spoken; that i had been obedient and exact as a novice; and he said other things too of which even under obedience i could not speak.
"that is quite evident.
For a time they kept to a logging-road that branched off from the shanty, a mere grass-grown, root-obstructed pathway, over which, when that great white leveler, winter, evened things up with his mantle of snow, the felled trees were drawn on a rough sled to some point where stood the movable sawmill.
Some of them blake answered as best he could; others he evaded.