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Possible correct spellings for knlw

  • Knot
  • He tied the knot again, unhooked the lantern; jumped out of the boat, and lighted her up the staircase to a heavy wooden door.

  • Knoll
  • A friendly native offers me a palm-leaf basket, filled with nutmeg sprays of glossy leaves and yellow fruit from a roadside plantation, and a tribe of children, dancing along through the delicious shade of a palm-grove, leads the way to a point of view on a green knoll, with merry laughter and eager gesticulation.

  • Gnaw
  • But now i realized that she was very profoundly disturbed, that her show of pluck was but a veil to cover a heart which could suffer the same pains as gnaw at the breasts of so many of her sisters of humbler station.

  • Knows
  • Nobody knows where to look for you.

  • Kali
  • The raja of jaintia was called on to deliver up the culprits, but he failed to do so, and his dominions were in consequence annexed in 1835." there seems to be an idea generally prevalent that the raja of jaintia, owing to his conversion to hinduism, and especially owing to his having become a devotee of the goddess kali, took to sacrificing human victims; but i find that human victims were formerly sacrificed by the jaintias to the kopili river, which the jaintias worshipped as a goddess.

  • Now
  • Roenessvoe- now ronas voe.

  • Kl
  • Poland catholic-national movement or rkn [antoni macierewicz]; civic platform or po [donald tusk]; conservative peasants party or kl [artur balazs]; democratic left alliance or sld [jozef oleksy]; dom ojczysty (fatherland home); freedom union or uw [wladyslaw frasyniuk]; german minority of lower silesia or mnso [henryk kroll]; law and justice or pis [jaroslaw kaczynski]; league of polish families or lpr [marek kotlinowski]; movement for the reconstruction of poland or rop [jan olszewski]; peasant-democratic party or pld [roman jagielinski]; polish accord or pp [jan lopuszanski]; polish peasant party or psl [waldemar pawlak]; samoobrona or so [andrzej lepper]; social democratic party of poland or sdpl [marek borowski]; social movement or rs [krzysztof piesiewicz]; union of labor or up [izabela jaruga-nowacka]

  • Knit
  • Taffy soon observed that a singular friendship knit these two men, who were both unmarried.

  • New
  • I'd like to have a spandy new one for onct.

  • Known
  • But he lives downstairs, girl, and we should have known.

  • Knelt
  • But habrunt knelt down beside her, and shook his head slowly.

  • Knew
  • We have only been unhappy since we knew you were coming.

  • Know
  • 573. how do you know that?

  • Kn
  • James boyd tuik his leave o' the outlaw kene, to edinburgh boun is he; when james he cam before the king, 115 he knelit lowlie on his kn['e].

  • Knee
  • The countess put one knee upon the mattress and, leaning far over, kissed a little paw.

  • Kilo
  • 30 cents a kilo 25 cents a kilo 20 cents a kilo 1st category 2d category 3d category

  • Nw
  • Diplomatic representation in the us: chief of mission: ambassador rene antonio leon rodriguez chancery: 2308 california street nw, washington, dc 20008 telephone: (202) 265-9671 consulate(s) general: chicago, dallas, houston, los angeles, miami, new orleans, new york, and san francisco consulate(s): boston

  • Wnw
  • Strategic location on sea routes between the south pacific ocean, the solomon sea, and the coral sea; on 2 april 2007 an undersea earthquake measuring 8.1 on the richter scale occurred 345 km wnw of the capital honiara, the resulting tsunami devastated coastal areas of western and choiseul provinces with dozens of deaths and thousands dislocated; the provincial capital of gizo was especially hard hit

  • Knob
  • His hand grasped the big silver door-knob.

  • Knell
  • With muffled hammers, like a knell, the midnight hour.

  • Only
  • But if they could only get to buenos aires!

  • Kyle
  • Kyle could not let the joke stop there after the man had thrown down the goad, wiped his forehead, and declared that it wasn't fair, trying to make him start a hitching post.

  • Kola
  • In the winter after the outbreak of hostilities the construction of the railroad to kola was begun and completed by the fall of the following year, 1916.

  • Kale
  • I hope you didn't tell her that i couldn't live without sea-kale?

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