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Correct spelling for OAKALNDS
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Possible correct spellings for oakalnds
Can we fix the time at which the phenicians first set foot on the islands of hellas?
Very large numbers of elands were met with as usual, though they seldom can get a sip of drink.
By the time the ferry lands us in oakland it will be nearly three o'clock.
Here they were crowned with garlands.
Avenida leandro alem runs north-to-south along the buenos aires central business district, which retiro shares with the san nicolás ward; the retiro section of the business district is centered on the catalinas norte office park, initially built in the 1970s over docklands developed a century earlier by francisco seeber.
I believe the right of practising vivisection should not be accorded to every citizen, to every medical student; it should not be permissible for any chance person to take a dog, to fasten him down on the operating table, and to experiment on the brain, the glands, the muscles of that unfortunate animal, for that chance person is, in all probability, a clumsy and ignorant man.
We were pretty constantly mounting in our motor-flight from the station; the uplands opened round us, and began to roll far away towards the liberal horizon, in undulations that were very stately.
But, meanwhile, the servants, who at first thought the clashing of swords was the wanton sport of some young gallants as yet new to the honour of wearing them, grew alarmed by the continuance of the sound, and flocked hurriedly to the place of contest.