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Correct spelling for FRAMA
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Possible correct spellings for frama
I realised nothing save his face with its pale square beard and red lips, framed there by the shining green and blue.
Swiftly it came with a wake of foam and lying on its side like an arrow's flight towards the knight, tho' none sat there to guide.
176 368 fame and love.
Indeed, valerius lived in rather too splendid a house on the velian hill, looking down into the forum, and difficult to climb up to, so that when he walked down from it he did indeed look like a tragedy king leaving his palace.
They recognized a dull but increasing roar as made by a rapid torrent, and ere long stopped on the edge of a stream fifty feet wide, which dashed and foamed over the rocks, breaking into eddies, and agitated pools, falling in foamy cataracts and splashing forward again with a rollicking freedom that formed one of the prettiest and most romantic sights on which they had ever looked.
The woman accustomed to house-business, also to the farm.
If this be the new man's frame of mind he is set down as being "ratey."
I bet, and my friend was pleased to see what a fool i was; and i told my friend to bet him another dram that he could pick it up.
Theater outside and theater within; a great drama of light and shadow, of comedy and tragedy; for he gazed upon the scene with all his poet's eyes.
Men streaming through her were hastily stocking her with vast quantities of foods, stocks of fuel, all the spare parts they could cram into her stock rooms.
Brahma is the 'imperishable sacrifice'; indra, soma, hari and the other gods, became incarnate in animals to the sole end that they might be immolated.