Correct spelling for LIBAURY
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Possible correct spellings for libaury
- bare Granny Grimshaw smiled at the bare suggestion.
- bilberry Some years previous to the failure of the Dale Dyke reservoir there occurred, in 1852, a failure of a similar character-though, as far as the author is aware, unattended by such disastrous results-at the Bilberry reservoir at Holmfirth, near Huddersfield, which had never been filled previous to the day of its failure, and arose from the dam having sunk, and being allowed to remain at a level actually below that of the by-wash; so that when the storm occurred, the dam was topped and destroyed.
- bleary One, said the descriptions, compiled from the original information of Zenobia Perkins, Spinster; residence 259 Calle Real, Ermita; occupation, Vice-President and Accredited Representative for the Philippine Islands of the Patriotic Daughters of America, and the additional particulars later obtained from Lieutenant Gerard Stuyvesant, aide-de-camp to General Vinton, 595 Calle Real, Malate-one, said the descriptions, was a burly, thick-set, somewhat slouching American, in clothing of the sailor slop-shop variety, a man of five feet six and maybe forty years, though he might be much younger; a coarse-featured, heavy-bearded man, with gray eyes, generally bleary, and one front tooth gone, leaving a gap in the upper jaw next the canine, which was fang-like, yellow, and prominent; a man with harsh voice and surly ways; a man known as Sackett among seamen and certain civilians who probably had made their way to Manila in the hope of picking up an easy living; a man wanted as Murray among soldiers for a deserter, jail-bird, and thief.
- blurry He catch you blurry quick.
- burr Burr junior, this is Polly Hopley.
- bury We are going to bury Lord Harry Norland to-morrow, and we must have a photograph of him as he lay on his deathbed."
- labor From Whittier's "Songs of Labor."
- laborer In the dead of night, with only the stars gazing down on the strange scene, the prince, clad in the cast-off garments of a common laborer, with his golden curls cut off and not a solitary coin in his pocket, was conducted outside the palace grounds and left alone in the road.
- labour After this description Goudar sat down quite naturally in the chair and the springs came into play and forced him into the position of a woman in labour.
- labourer It was an Italian labourer on his way to supper, interested in our knapsacks.
- leary The successor of Leary served himself, in that bitter moment, heir to Leary's part.
- Barry And while she's liftin' the hood and pawin' around among the wires and things, with Barry lookin' on puzzled and helpless, I sort of wanders about inspectin' Adelbaran curious.
- Larry I believe Larry is working alone.
- Laura Laura, get your father a glass of water.
- Lib Well, if you go bearleading some woman's cubs they won't do the first, and they'll do the last ad lib.
- Barr You have been robbed of your invention and it is evident that Mr. Barr means to adhere closely to what he and his like call business methods.
- Laurie She wuz singin' old Scottish and English ballads, and more than one eye wuz wet as she sang about "Auld Joe Nicholson's Bonnie Nannie," and "I'm Wearin' Away, Jean," and the dear old "Annie Laurie."
- Lauri Aalbergs first marriage was to a well-known Finnish nationalist Lauri Kivekäs from 1887 until his death in 1893, and the second in 1894 to Baron Alexander Uexküll-Gyllenband from St Petersburg, who was a lawyer and philosopher and later became an influential person in the Finnish theatre scene.
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