How to spell PARL correctly?

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  • earl The Earl slowly looked from one partner to another.
  • marl Kaolin, or china clay, which is the felspar of decomposed granite washed from the rocks, is brought from Cornwall, so is the Cornish or china stone; felspar is brought from Sweden, and though of a rich red, it turns white when burnt; marl and fire-clay come from Broseley, in Shropshire, and Stourbridge; flints are brought from Dieppe; and bones-those of the ox only-come all the way from South America to be calcined and ground down.
  • pail She lowered the bucket, but the cord broke and the pail fell to the bottom of the well.
  • pal Besides, I had a pal onct who knew you on the plains, called you 'Buff' Jones.
  • pall How unutterably remote, wild, grand was that world of red and brown, of purple pall, of vague outline!
  • par The United States is the land of propaganda par excellence!
  • para Para 39. "it is nothing else than a school of immorality."
  • pare Cleanse and pare the vegetables, cut the onions and carrots into thin slices, and the turnips into dice, and fry these in the same fat that the steaks were done in.
  • park Late on the next Sunday afternoon Gifford had gone for a country walk which he had arranged to bring him round in time for the evening service at the little village church of Wynford standing just outside the park boundary.
  • parr As a young man he had been well trained in England under the learned Dr. Samuel Parr, a Latinist of the Ciceronian school.
  • part We, for our part, must pray.
  • paul "Yes," answered Paul quietly.
  • pawl An idea of the general features of the step-by-step systems may be had by conceiving at each station on the line a ratchet wheel, having a pawl adapted to drive it one step at a time, this pawl being associated with the armature of an electromagnet which receives current impulses from the line circuit.
  • pearl It's a beautiful dress-trimmed with pearl trimmin'"-here Ruth felt the pangs of a guilty conscience-"and I lay out to be married in it, quite private, with you and Hepsey for witnesses."
  • purl Knit 4 rows and decrease every 5th until there are 40. Purl and knit every alternate 2 stitches for 14 rows; finish with 4 plain rows.
  • Carl Whereas, here was a fine carl with red lips and a black beard-unmarried too.
  • Karl Karl never told me."
  • Perl Mutations in the per gene can shorten (perS), lengthen (perL), and even abolish (per0) the period of the circadian rhythm.
  • PARC At Parc Saint-Maur this rate is only 10 mm.
  • PARS What a speck we stand on between the illimitable-the eternal past and the eternal future-always looking for a present that shall be something tangible; always finding it a mathematical point, cujus nulla est pars-the mere stand-point of a retrospect and a conjecture.

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