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Correct spelling for LIIBERATION
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Possible correct spellings for liiberation
"belllounds, it was a dirty trick-your jumpin' moore," declared wade, with deliberation.
We know (though this is not in the blue books) that bosambo called together all his petty chiefs and his headmen, from one end of the country to the other, and assembled them squatting expectantly at the foot of the little hillock, where sat bosambo in his robes of office (unauthorized but no less magnificent), their upturned faces charged with pride and confidence, eloquent of the hold this sometime liberian convict had upon the wayward and fearful folk of the ochori.
The united kingdom accreditation service (ukas) is the sole national accreditation body recognised by the british government to assess the competence of organisations that provide certification, testing, inspection and calibration services.
In the odes of 1868, absorbed finally into the unknown eros of 1877, the iambic metre is still used; but with what a new freedom, and at the summons of how liberating an inspiration!
But lay on my coffin a sword; for i was a brave soldier in the liberation war of humanity."
Dick called off the dog, and motioned to the indian to rise, which he did so nimbly that it was quite evident he had sustained no injury beyond the laceration of his neck by crusoe's teeth, and the surprise.
Ears are sensitive to the vibration of the air.
There i wander'd in sorrow, and shunned the abodes of men, that stood up in the likeness of gods, but i saw from afar the warm shine of the sun on the cities, where man was a million, not one; and i saw the white smoke of their altars ascending, that show'd where the hearts of many were blending, and the wind in my face brought shrill voices that came from the trumpets that gather'd whole bands in one fame as a chorus of man,-and they stream'd from the gates like a dusky libation poured out to the fates.