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Correct spelling for MANID
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Possible correct spellings for manid
And now what is to be done for him?"
Next thing he knowed it was morning, and mandy, the cook over at the mill-house, was calling to him from the bottom of the stairs to get up right off-the master hadn't come home all night, and there was people waitin' down at the mill.
During a ceremonial visit to the waterworks, the mayor and several civic representatives happened to visit a hypochlorite plant that was built on a pier over the river and which had no ostensible connection with the city mains.
Are the people mad?"
El mahdi, if beyond the stars somewhere in those other hills of the undying i am not to find you, i shall not care so very greatly if the last sleep be as dreamless as the wise have sometimes said it is.
But when a man goes about buying up every magnificent specimen that can be found, and then locks his treasures up in a safe, he is simply a crazy man pure and simple."
We stayed here till night, and then we started off walking across the moor, the both of us, until morning, for she wasn't going to let a maid like me walk by myself, she said.
From across the maine, it is charming; from the foot of the stairwayed street which runs downwards from its western portal, it is picturesque and irresistible, while from any other view-point in the town, it is grand.
Now, vosh, there isn't any thing else i want in cobbleville, but you may drive through the main street, and we'll take a look at the town.
He twined his fingers in gypsy's mane and looked up into her face, he laughing softly.