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Correct spelling for REPRESANATIVE
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Possible correct spellings for represanative
"all the sovereigns," as the emperor called them, were present at this representation; and just as the actor pronounced these words in the first scene: "the friendship of a great man is a gift from the gods:" the czar arose, and held out his hand with much grace to the emperor; and immediately acclamations, which the presence of the sovereigns could not restrain, burst forth from every part of the hall.
He will represent us out there; he will represent us very badly; he will not be an honor to his country.
With this i cordially agree; but in that case what are we to make of the following:- the only consistent way of representing ...
At the suggestions of the bankers the committee of five summoned before them representatives of all the houses doing a foreign business and requested them to send answers, as promptly as possible, to the following two questions: first: "amount due europe for securities received to date and not yet paid."
She might have been described as cold and a little repressive, but the truth was that she was as yet untouched by the fires of passion, and for all her twenty-one years she was still something of the healthy schoolgirl, with a schoolgirl's impatience of sentiment.
If they don't buy, you lose your forfeit, which represents every cent you could scrape up.
She represented the only tenderness, the only understanding and sympathy that came into isabelle's childhood.
Or what is more to the point, a representative of the law is here.