Correct spelling for ORHTO
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Possible correct spellings for orhto
- aorta Analogy between the branches arising from both ends of the aorta.
- argot jargon, n. gibberish, drivel, babble, gabble, twaddle, bosh; cant, slang, flash, argot, dialect.
- art 83 377 Youth and Art 1864 vi.
- arty "That LABBY was often a bore!" sighs WILL, Groans ARTY, "And so was JOE! To drive these donkeys demands small skill! Would Westminster mokes were so! Lazily, lazily, drowsily, drowsily! Riding like this is fun! Lazily, lazily, drowsily, drowsily! Bless us! Who wants to run? 'Appy 'Ampstead dozes! Mokes are beds of roses! Lazily, lazily, drowsily, drowsily, Jog we-till holiday's done!"
- auto 206 Grant auto, Frank bought one........................
- erato 535, Mnemosyne, the mother of the muses; 511, Erato, muse of love song; 514, Bust of Socrates; 515, Calliope, muse of epic poetry; 516, Apollo, as leader of the muses; 517, Terpsichore, muse of dancing; 520, Euterpe, muse of melody.
- ergot - Ergot in dose of one-half to one teaspoonful is very good; this contracts the vessels.
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