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Possible correct spellings for publi
- pauli I lelled sar my wongur pauli; and here's tute's wongur acai, an' a bar for tute an' shtar bar for mi-kokero.
- pebble Now, I will toss up this pebble, and when it strikes the surface of the water we will fire.
- pebbly Little waves washed up on the pebbly bank, and glinted in the sun while they whispered mocking things to him.
- pub One of the Vice-Chancellor's rules is that no undergraduate shall enter an Oxford "pub."
- pubis The vas deferens bending over the epigastric artery and the os pubis, after having passed through the internal abdominal ring.
- public These, his three greatest comedies, were not all warmly received, and he fell back upon lighter work, producing in rapid succession farce-comedies for the public theatre, and divertissements of divers kinds for the court until his death in February 1673, which happened almost on the stage.
- publish "For my part, my resolution on this matter is taken, and firmly taken, and if I had not a remainder of the account to work out, I would certainly not publish 'Les Paysans,' as I have not received the last line.
- puebla De Puebla adds in a postscript: 'The King of England sends six horses and some greyhounds to the Archduchess Margaret, and a letter.
- pueblo It passes widely in the pueblo.
- Pablo The thought had occurred to Don Pablo that they might have died from the poisoned arrows of an Indian.
- PUBS How often had W. Keyse seen it outside the big gaudy pubs in the Tottenham Court Road, and the Britannia, Camden Town!
- Kublai When Gengis-Khan invaded China, in the beginning of the thirteenth century, a number of Christians of the Greek church followed his army into this country; and they met with such great encouragement from the Tartars, that when Kublai-Khan succeeded to the government and built the city of Pekin, he gave them a grant of ground within the walls of the city for the purpose of building a church, in order to retain in the empire men of so much learning and of abilities so much superior to those of the Chinese; who, however, on their part, have affected, in their history, to consider the Monguls as the greatest barbarians, for turning their horses into the apartments of the palaces, while they themselves were contented to pitch their tents in the courts or quadrangular spaces surrounded by the buildings.
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