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  • ak Calling across to the white man, Oo-vai-oo-ak said, "How is it, brother, have you any fish?"
  • ha "He-he-he, hi-hi-hi, hec-hec-hec, ha-ha-ha!
  • hack Mrs. Foss looked over at the little Italian, the unpretentious musical hack whom one sent for when there was to be dancing, and paid-it was all he asked-so very little.
  • hag An aged and unsightly hag!
  • haj Haj Ibrahim, a merchant of Tripoli, was the only Mussulman I found who despised the use of charms.
  • hake Hake are found in good numbers in the deep water about the edges of the ground and even on the Ridges.
  • ham When the Spaniards got access to the western world, there were to be observed many rites, and many terms, similar to those, which were so common among the sons of Ham.
  • han Holz- "But right so as thise holtes and thise hayis, That han in winter dede ben and dreye, Revesten hem in grene whan that May is."
  • hank It was Hank Griswold.
  • hap 2850. 'One white hap, 9s.
  • hark And at each sixth hour when I stopt very brief to eat and to drink, I made to bring Mine Own to her senses; yet she never to come, and alway her heart to grow the more feeble; so that in the end I did utter fear to hark; and did but set food and drink into me, and onward again with an utter fierceness.
  • hat Wer Liebe hat der Tragt kein Hass."
  • haw The chain is hitched; " Haw, now!"
  • hawk It was the only sound, except the occasional cry of a woodpecker or the cry, immensely distant, of a hawk.
  • hay Mrs. Lovel, one of the patients, replied, "Mrs. De La Hay, did you ever have a straight jacket on yourself?"
  • oak The original religious house of Melrose was entirely of oak.
  • yak Fixed in this painful position, the Tibetans securely tied my feet to the log of wood with cords of yak-hair.
  • Had 15,337. But they told you they had got these goods for hosiery?
  • Has "Peggy has given it to me.
  • Hal Considering the fifteen years' difference in their ages, and the fact that Dudley was a hard-working architect in London, seeing life on all sides, while Hal was still a hoydenish schoolgirl, it was really remarkable how thoroughly she grasped and understood his character, and a great deal concerning the world in general, while he seemed to remain at his first decisions concerning her and most things.

Misspelling of the day


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  • sends
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  • serious monies
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