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Correct spelling for PEROL
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Possible correct spellings for perol
All at once she burst into a peal of laughter, and asked me if i had been jesting all the time.
Easy money for just one run to Peru. It'll be so easy. We'll have no trouble gettin' through.– Easy Money by reo speedwagon
But in that freedom he was more surely a prisoner on parole than any man on his given word.
It opened, of its own accord, and when they entered they found themselves in a huge hall, the walls of which were formed of mother-of-pearl, and the floor of which was of sea-sand, smooth, and firm, and yellow.
In such cases a small employment department is all that is necessary, even although a large number of employees may be on the payroll.
What children learns from children,' she says, 'is that there's no sense in grabbin' at th' whole orange-peel an' all.
The troops, until their removal to the castle could be effected, were virtually imprisoned in their barracks by a patrol of citizens.
"cruel of a truth," he replied earnestly, "since you would have saved me at peril of your own dear life.
Chapter 8 presently, when mrs. wilkins and mrs. arbuthnot, unhampered by any duties, wandered out and down the worn stone steps and under the pergola into the lower garden, mrs. wilkins said to mrs. arbuthnot, who seemed pensive, "don't you see that if somebody else does the ordering it frees us?"
Bridget is one of his friends, said mrs. errol; and it is bridget to whom i have been talking in the kitchen.