Correct spelling for HALPPEN
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Possible correct spellings for halppen
- alpine Their monuments have been traced, not only in almost every town in Italy, and in great provincial capitals, like Lyons or Tarraco, but in Alpine valleys and lonely outposts of civilisation on the edge of the Sahara.
- bullpen Mark Reed (born April 13, 1986) is an American former professional baseball player and the current bullpen catcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball.
- clapping "The brook, of course," returned Faith, clapping her hands in delight at her cousin's amazement.
- flapping There was neither sail nor boat in sight; nothing to relieve the dreary monotony, but here and there the white wings of the gulls, flapping about at their leisure.
- hairpin Tossing her head so energetically, that the last hairpin gave way and those obstreperous red locks of hers came tumbling over her eyes, she said- "It's no business of mine.
- haldane Mr. Haldane drank nothing but Burgundy.
- halfpenny Why, I would allow-yes, I would allow a halfpenny pipe!"
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