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Correct spelling for FALET
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Possible correct spellings for falet
As one result of this action, instigated in the first instance less by vanity than by desire to avoid the crowds at the main entrances, sally uncovered another facet of mystery.
Both the provost and baillies of the town were obliged to take a new oath of fealty by which they bound themselves to suffer no insults to the king and his councillors from the pulpit: and it was resolved that the citizens should henceforth submit the magistrates of their choice to the king for his approval.
Seemed to me everything about her was fat an' chubby, thess like herself.
It is faulty on account of its regulations, the basis of which is weak, and it exhibits too much parsimony in its expenses.
Death without priest be your fate!
The sun seemed already shut out from him in the morning of his day, the prison silence settling, never to be broken again in those shadows where shuffling men filed by, with eyes downcast and faces gray, like the faces of the dead.
Do you think it was my fault, mamma?
He felt that something was the matter, and he thought that he was lonesome.
Whatso plot thou hast, or cunning, strive and falter not.
What if, after all, vashti had failed and the bridge was still standing!