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Correct spelling for EVIDIDENT
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Possible correct spellings for evidident
And the duke told him also that he was diffident.
It was quite an accident.
All we can say is, that a parliament with little business, which is to be as efficient as a parliament with much business, must be in all other respects much better.
Roberta was fond of city life, of society, of travel, and if she had really made up her mind that her union with junius was no longer to be thought of, the advent of a man like croft, who had been making her acquaintance all summer, and who had now returned to virginia, no doubt for the sole purpose of seeing her again was, to say the least, exceedingly ominous.
But in the event, the point does not matter much.
Susannah knew that they were paying three per cent dividends a month-and in april there was a special dividend of two per cent.
What, then, is his evidence worth?
This is evidenced by the popular saying that "the sap is down in the winter."
The 'doc' didn't know that you had kidnaped him.
With evident relief upon her face, mrs. ball departed.
Evidently somebody was coming their way.
Once recognized as in the criminal class, he has no further concern about the state than that of evading its penalties so far as is consistent with pursuing his occupation of crime.
And i water'd my garden at eventide?
The chief then said that a pig must have killed it, and so the incident ended.