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Correct spelling for PURPSOES
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Possible correct spellings for purpsoes
We thought, however, that by continuing towards the north we might possibly again get sight of it, when we purposed to continue our search for the canoe.
"the more the better-for my purposes.
And that purpose was, most certainly, not comfort.
It may have been guessed, although the language we have used has been purposely delicate, that cynthia was already in love with-somebody else.
For certain years, perhaps, john shakspeare moved on in darkness and sorrow: "his familiars from his buried fortunes slunk all away; left their false vows with him, like empty purses pick'd; and his poor self, a dedicated beggar to the air, with his disease of all-shunn'd poverty, walk'd, like contempt, alone."
His impressionism was somewhat modified; he offered his palette less frequently to the public; he now and then permitted a black object to appear in his pictures; his purples and greens were less aggressive.
It pursues this occupation with a system and perseverance to which l. lahtora makes but a small approach.
247. proposes address on prince of wales's allowance, ii.