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Correct spelling for OFEER
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Possible correct spellings for ofeer
I was a double-dyed fool e'er to bring thee t' london.
Little o'grady, studying her pose and expression from afar, wrung his hands.
1 m nicomede 2 tu harvey b. 3 w s. r. 3 h. 50 m. 4 th s. s. 8 h. 7 m. 5 f weber d. 6 s calpee tkn. 7 s 2 sn. af. tr. 8 m d. jerrold d. 9 tu paxton d. 10 w heilsberg 11 th barnabas 12 f b. wilton 13 s hastgs.
Nothing is more common than to hear men of a profession declare loudly against any practice attempted to be established for the improvement of their art, and peremptorily to aver such a practice being impossible, for no other reason than that their own study and efforts had not been able to procure them the attainment of it.
"i ask your honour that i may be allowed to defer until the morning my cross-examination of this witness," he said.
He wasn't afire; modern clothing doesn't flame up-but it can get pretty hot when you splash liquid copper on it.
And he put his ear to her lips a second time.
After all, it was a man's world.
I uster set and watch her and say this-er-way: 'plenty o' them!
No; i tried to take some coffee, but i couldn't.
A few years later the stone coffer was removed to st. etienne-du-mont, where it now is, gorgeously covered with gothic splendours; but as to how minute are the fragments of the saint that it contains which must have been overlooked by the incendiary revolutionaries, i cannot say.
Could there ever have been?