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Correct spelling for MUZINO
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Possible correct spellings for muzino
Mazzini, who was generally not only clear-sighted, but also furnished with secret information, the origin of which is even now a mystery, asserted positively that "even if provoked austria would not attack."
And the extent of his quiet charity is amazing.
How often did i behold hurricanes and inundations destroy the fine harvest that i had protected with so much labour against the buffaloes, the wild boars, the monkeys, and even against an insect more destructive still than all the other pests which i have just mentioned-the locust, one of the plagues of egypt, apparently transported into this province, and which almost regularly, every seven years, leave the isles of the south in clouds, and fall upon luzon, bringing desolation, and often famine.
Mason and i found it no child's play to follow him with the rope.
Very amusing, too, she is, and original, and a good deal of laughing she and robert make between them.
When interviewed in his private consulting-room, he presents himself in a black merino dressing-gown girt about with a red cord, in red slippers, a red flannel waistcoat, a red skull-cap.
He rose unsteadily, staggered about, and knocked his head against the tumbler; at which fancied insult he raised his wings in a limp kind of dignity and defiance, buzzing a challenge.
I can most always think of things like that, for the main and simple reason-well, i thought of it just as soon-" "well, what is it?"
Apparently the waters of the gulf of maine are not affected by any stray current from the gulf stream, which passes at a considerable distance from its mouth, thus doing little to temper the cold of this area either on land or at sea.