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Correct spelling for HARKEND
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Possible correct spellings for harkend
In 1775, a person was determined to try if a hackney coach would take with the inhabitants.
Hacked bodies were sucked beneath the swarm as saplings under an avalanche.
The prison fare, the iron hand of the law, the bitter injustice he had suffered so long, had only hardened him.
Scouts were unheard of in those days, but we hiked, camped, fished and did all the enjoyable stunts which you scouts now do.
Now the colour went out of helen's face and it grew very white, while her eyes darkened.
But sir bleoberis said, "hearken to me, good knight, sir tristram, because king mark gave me free choice of any gift, and because this lady chose to go with me, i took her; but now i have fulfilled my quest and my adventure, and for thy sake she shall be sent back to her husband at the abbey where he lieth."
"we are all transition types," remarked curtis, harking back to a remark of lawson's making.
It was not so often that a horned toad was found or sold.
And while the mistress and the maid harked vigilantly the ancient landlord ushered miss phyllida courteen into the travellers' room of the basket of roses inn.
When the emperor had hearkened this a great while, he said to the knight: "hast thou heard it of yonder churl how he prayeth that his wife may be delivered of her child, and another while prayeth that she may not be delivered?
Red apples and candy are hawked from carts.
A hundred thousand wild fowl honked their way across the meadows toward the black flats where once had been a lake, and where now was immeasurable food for them.
Right; give me your hand on that.
He sat in his apartment alone and realized that it would take very little to get him hanged.