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Correct spelling for SACETOSE
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Possible correct spellings for sacetose
- Sticky(Definition of sticky)
- Swedish(Definition of swedish)
- Scottish(Definition of scottish)
- Acetose(Definition of acetose)
- Stage(Definition of stage)
- Shades(Definition of shades)
- Sketch(Definition of sketch)
- Shots(Definition of Shots)
- Stack(Definition of stack)
- Steak(Definition of steak)
- Stick(Definition of stick)
- Stock(Definition of stock)
- Static(Definition of static)
- Sideways(Definition of sideways)
- Stuck(Definition of stuck)
- Stake(Definition of stake)
- Stocks(Definition of stocks)
- Switch(Definition of switch)
- Stays(Definition of stays)
- Status(Definition of status)
A number of the instruments were now sent back in order to lighten the burdens, and among other things was returned the cumbrous photographic apparatus, which was the only kind in use in the sixties.
This spacious plain, though level when compared with the northern heights by which the city was backed, and the peaks and crags which skirted the southern and western horizon, was discovered, as light and shadow travelled with the sun, to be diversified with hill and dale, upland and hollow; while orange gardens, orchards, olive and palm plantations held their appropriate sites on the slopes or the bottoms.
General in the army of the united states under gen.
To be fruitful in every good work you must have in your heart the germs and seeds, the springs and sources of all christian virtue.
George cranstoun, lord corehouse, cranstoun's nephew, was afterwards an eminent scottish judge.
Sour, a. acid, tart, acetose, acerbitous, acrid; rancid, musty; curdled, loppered; imbittered, morose, misanthropic, unamiable, dour, cynical, surly, grum, austere, crabbed, cross.
For the first time in her life she saw society dress on the stage.
When a gentleman sits next to a lady in the theatre, and never keeps his opera glass away from the boxes and galleries and stage, he is her husband; when his eyes rest more on her than on the stage, it is her lover.
The recluse, without further delay, taking not even a stick in his hand, went forth from the fort, and was soon lost to sight among the shades of the forest.
That beast in him that had troubled him for so long, all the dark shadows of scaw house ...
Take that little sketch, 'trapped,' you sent me out to see last week.
The societies which they represented commanded some influence in parliament; and this fact also disposed the colonial office to consult them.
By the way, i fancy i have heard of some person or persons taking pop-shots at you.
At seeing them drive down the stakes for a regular flogging he yielded, and took them off.
"you know, old dear," thorpe was saying, "you'd be quite welcome to use my drawing paper, and i call it rough of you to kick because i took a couple of sheets of yours."
"yes, you must, my friend," remarked monsieur dalize, taking sides with his little girl.
I can go in and come out and care no more for the sight of a grog-shop, than for a hay-stack.
I took up my studies where i had dropped them, and to all appearance there was little harm done.
In the middle of the room is a table with seats about it.
Now hit me with that stick-i dare you-hit me!"
If your scheme is good-very good, i might be brought to aid you in the way my mind suggests.
So you just buy what stock you like best, and if you don't know any better than i do, ask your father.
Mr. stewart, who had looked swiftly and sideways across at the window, faced the magistrate again.
But he had not done so, and somehow his words had stuck.
I've something at stake that'll help me fight.
"all my property, my real estate, country and city, my bank stocks, my government bonds, my business investments-everything-is mine to keep for my lifetime, and to pass by will to whomsoever i choose.
In the earlier stages of the quarrel they had been ready enough to join hands with massachusetts and virginia.
There were three distinct sets of footprints, not going towards the back, but returning towards the front.
The buccaneers had not only existed in spite of international law, they had even possessed a peculiar status as a favored and protected group.
I would go to the men; would talk to them when necessary; would count their tents and their stacks of arms if possible; would learn, as soon as i could, the name of some regiment, so that if i were questioned i could answer.