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Correct spelling for IMMITING
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Possible correct spellings for immiting
"fancy meeting you here!
But it was godfrey's absurd letter which first suggested to the minds of the cabinet that conroy was using his yacht, the finola, for importing arms into ulster.
So he was silent now, chilled himself by the presence of this crisis, looking unseeingly out upon the plain, little old-world parlour, its tall window, its strip of matting, conscious chiefly of the dreary hopelessness of this human brother of his who had eyes but did not see, ears and was deaf.
He cannot conjure strongly by imitating any one, or by representing any school or fashion.
As for him, he was emitting little slow puffs of smoke.
In the first of these he gives me a "piece of information," after which he cannot imagine that i, "as an honest mathematician," can possibly have the slightest hesitation in admitting his solution.
The national anthem, sang amid these surroundings, was incomparably beautiful, seeming to strengthen the irresolute, even cheering those who were already strong, and imparting to every one a happier frame of mind and a greater spirit of contentment.
It was here that his horses were standing, and he now intended, by limiting himself to one horse a day, to mount his friend for a couple of weeks.
He could tell of the robbery without in any way committing himself in the matter of the temptation which had led to the parley with the outlaw.
To the birds the joy of mating and nesting; to the roots and seeds in the dark, cold earth warmth and moisture and a resurrection morn; and to the ancients of the forest a vesture as fresh as that which clothes the sapling of the spring.
On tuesday, the 6th, the whole house was in confusion: mr. blandy had become seriously ill in the night, with symptoms of violent pain, vomiting, and purging.
He is so absurdly quixotic that he would positively enjoy immolating himself.