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Correct spelling for OAKED
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Possible correct spellings for oaked
The end of the passage forked at a perfect right angle, and there were doors at the end of each arm of the fork.
I went to our parents' grave, and as far as the church door, and to the host of the 'crown,' to whom i owed a trifle."
Prisoners are treated with contumely, and their skirts are docked as in the biblical narrative.
A present is generally packed where it is bought, and sent with the giver's card from the shop to the bride directly.
One man i remember as dr. oakley asked me to go and see a man in the field hospital who had his entire stomach carried away by shells and lived four days afterwards.
The effect on the room was marked.
To make matters worse, as pleasonton, hurrying back with his cavalry, arrived at hazel grove, the trains of the third army corps, fired on by the confederate skirmishers, dashed wildly across the clearing, swept through the parked artillery, and, breaking through the forest, increased the fearful tumult which reigned round chancellorsville.
She did not look up at his approach, having already minutely studied his make-up under the shelter of her heavily corked eyebrows, as he emerged from the passage.
"to ease the passengers' minds i had arranged for a concert in the saloon after dinner, and madame-she had booked with us under a name that wasn't her own to dodge the new york newspaper men, but the passengers recognized her-had promised me to sing to them.
Even when we stopped on the shore of mud lake and he cooked our dinner for us he kept on talking just the same whether we were there or not."
You're working so hard you'll be sick abed!
We leave these things hooked up all the time.
The line of tipplers backed away from the bar.
She locked her door and sat in the dark beside her open window.
Their burrow was a very roomy and comfortable one, but it was spoiled for them by the presence of those two moon-eyed, hook-beaked, solemn persons sitting side by side in the opposite corner.
Beyond the clear windows was a view of snow-peaked mountains which turned to pale shadows in the glass-brick.
A crowd of savages looked on, still awed.
And his father and mother were gone away, and told her to give him baked apples and milk-with bread in!"
The windows were securely grated with iron bars, and the whole building was rendered secure by heavy oaken doors.
Middle-aged, anyway; an active fellow enough, but his hair is quite grey.
But the oak had promised that spin head would reveal a secret, and she was curious to know what it was.