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Correct spelling for HAPEND
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Possible correct spellings for hapend
Hind limbs small; total length, 39.6 mm.
As agnes said, whenever he got a new topic in his poor, disordered brain, he harped on it day and night.
In november, honed by the interim of training to even a new leanness, and sailing orders heavy and light in his heart, lieutenant kantor, on two day's home-leave, took leave of his home, which can be cruelest when it is tenderest.
I haven't got any beaux.
As it was then past midnight i felt i had had enough, so i made for the american missionary's house, which was pointed out to me, and he and his wife hopped out of bed, and, clad in curious grey dressing-gowns, they came downstairs and got me a cup of hot tea, which i had wanted badly for many hours.
"what was that story, moike, you was tellin' me about the smartest fellow in the gineral's mess, before he got to be a gineral, you know, bein' so handy at all sorts of woman's work?
12,364. how, does it happen that they have taken to it?
If yo'd been where a were once, north latitude 81, in such a frost as ye ha' niver known, no, not i' deep winter, and it were june i' them seas, and a whale i' sight, and a were off in a boat after her: an' t' ill-mannered brute, as soon as she were harpooned, ups wi' her big awkward tail, and struck t' boat i' her stern, and chucks me out into t' watter.
10,374. has that happened often?
He only hoped they wouldn't all be like that-and none of them worse.
10,505. your expenses have been increased, and have not the cash in hand?
The even swaying of her hand Was all that he could understand.– Three Voices, The by Lewis Carroll
"ye needn't be throubled about that," the king answered; "haven't we always enough to eat and drink of our own, whatever happens?"
If we are careless and neglectful of this, it is sure to lower us in men's esteem, and we shall be cheapened and discredited.
Her gaze fell upon the waste-paper basket, heaped high and brimming over with torn documents.
That was so 'smart' then; especially with one's skirt looped up, over one's hooped magenta petticoat, in little festoons, and a row of very big onyx beads over one's braided velveteen sack-braided quite plain and very broad, don't you know?
The buffaloes are very dark, almost black, with horns lying back upon the animal's neck, but in other respects they are hardly distinguishable from ordinary horned cattle.
As a further quite unnecessary proof of the antiquity of jests which we think new, i might append to this excellent sarcasm by a friend devoid of sarcasm the story, often now told, of the rival chemists in a provincial town, one of whom was old-fashioned and costly, and the other new and cheap.
Feeling rather serio-comic he loaded his small revolver and hipped it.
"depend upon it he has discovered ophir, and is sitting upon the gold.
everybody wants an answer - everybody needs a friend we all need a shinin' star on which we can depend– Star by Bryan Adams