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Correct spelling for MITTING
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Possible correct spellings for mitting
I'm sittin' here, just contemplatin'– Eve Of Destruction by Barry McGuire
In the remaining years of the war the town had no more serious duty than fitting out ships of war and privateers, and of entertaining the officers of the french fleet.
But it was particularly the serpents that turned his blood cold when, stepping upon a matting of moving, withered leaves, he caught sight of their slim heads gliding amidst a horrid maze of roots.
Should those suns be differently coloured, each emitting its own peculiar shade of light as it appears above the horizon, the varied aspects of the perpetual day enjoyed by the inhabitants of those circling worlds present to the imagination harmonies of light and shade over which it is pleasant to linger.
"it is a meeting," she said, "for this evening.
The ever-circling wheels of birth, mating, death, so all-absorbing to most women, were nothing to her.
It wuz known that miss widrig wouldn't begin a mite of work fridays, not even hemin' a towel or settin' up a sock or mitten.
Second, there was not room to go between them without hitting.