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Correct spelling for MEAAING
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Possible correct spellings for meaaing
But, when no personal interests are at stake, and no feelings of malign selfishness are awakened, there are few things from which a person well constituted in heart and mind, will derive a more vivid delight, or a more exquisite excitement, than the return, and an unexpected meeting with, a long lost and long absent friend.
Said to myself many a time ...
These have been piled up in the postoffices and we have never received a return of the stamps affixed for mailing.
"you've interested me so much," he said, "that i had quite forgotten my main business.
In 1756 england went to war with france over the disputed right to some lands on the ohio river and the maine frontier.
I didn't know what trouble i was making for him."
Yet our gratification lacks something; it would be more complete had you not a mania for rushing full gallop into the future.
Swankie and the badger threw a piece of thick matting on the wall; the former bent down, the latter stepped upon his back, and thence upon the mat; then he hauled his comrade up, and both leaped into the garden.
I suppose you and mr. mann are going with your new friends."
For many years tradition had said it was there that major l'enfant had his headquarters while he was mapping the new capital city.
The two photographs suggest the difference between a bird in winter and in the mating season.
His brown face was beaming with self-satisfaction.
Was the life of serene and tranquil work but marking time, wasting opportunity?