Correct spelling for SAG WEEK

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Possible correct spellings for sag week

  • Say(Definition of say)
  • Warner, what did he say when you found him on the porch?"

  • She(Definition of She)
  • She stood up and looked him straight in the face.

  • Saw(Definition of saw)
  • Presently he lifted his head and i saw that his face was troubled, the face of a man, indeed, who is struggling with himself, or, as i thought, with his pride.

  • Six(Definition of six)
  • It was a solid affair of ornamental iron, about fifteen inches high, and weighed some six or eight pounds-clearly a nasty weapon if wielded by a strong arm.

  • Such(Definition of such)
  • Was never poor soul that such a life had.

  • See(Definition of see)
  • "this miniature," added the baron, "i have had the felicity to see, and should have known you by it among a million."

  • Says
  • "well, cap," says i. "looked like it was goin' to be a little rough for a spell there last night, eh?"

  • Show(Definition of show)
  • By means of which trades, for ransom of divers of the guianians, and for exchange of hatchets and knives, berreo recovered some store of gold plates, eagles of gold, and images of men and divers birds, and dispatched his camp-master for spain, with all that he had gathered, therewith to levy soldiers, and by the show thereof to draw others to the love of the enterprise.