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Correct spelling for LATEAL
We think the word lateal is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for lateal
The walls of the building were of heavy lateral logs bare as the day they were set up, except for a coating of whitewash which must have stood the wear of at least ten years.
6. those who are receptive are conducted to their places through an infinite maze by winding paths, much as the chyle is carried through the mesentery and the lacteal vessels there to its cistern, and from this into the blood by the thoracic duct, and so to its place.
The case is similar with the term "gallantry," which sometimes signifies a disposition to coquetry, and a habit of flattery; sometimes a present of some elegant toy, or piece of jewelry; sometimes intrigue, with one woman or with many; and, latterly, it has even been applied to signify ironically the favors of venus; thus, to talk gallantries, to give gallantries, to have gallantries, to contract a gallantry, express very different meanings.
Aldus manutius will be spoken of in a later chapter.
I'll see you later I read the sub-titles some trouble with water and a rescue out at sea– Easy by Something For Kate
No small birds, either, understand: no teal, or widgeon, or shovellers.
This dorris is becoming important of late.
Impending doom, too little too late Clenched inside the fist of fate– Heads Kicked In by biohazard
Throckmorton had lately heard mrs. sherrard's views about judith's marriage, and it had made him feel a very great pity for her.
speak through my actions lately problems is stackin baby– Where R U Going? by grits
At all events, the words of prophecy attributed to the old scotch bard ossian have a very literal application with reference to this interesting relic of bygone times: "the stranger shall come and build there and remove the heaped-up earth.