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Correct spelling for SATISACTION
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Possible correct spellings for satisaction
It is even asserted that, not only did the new monarch thus ratify the treaty of limerick, but that "he inserted in the ratification a clause of the last importance to the irish, which had been omitted in the draught signed by the lords justices and sarsfield.
This is an unsparing castigation of vernon, the literary pet whom the heylins had fondled in preference to their learned relative.
They were short of food; starvation stared them in the face.
They had decided not to dine downstairs together on that evening-they were, all of them, overwrought and the situation was strained; they were wondering what he was going to do.
The beautiful young man, during a halt of the ship, wanders inland through the forest, and, passing beside a sylvan stream, is espied and incontinently loved by the water nymphs, who forthwith "detach" one of their number to work his seduction.
It is further necessary that the person at the desk should offer small change for the balance of the purchase, and should apologise if he is obliged to give copper or heavy money; he ought to present a bill of the articles, and not show any ill-humor if the purchaser thinks proper to look over it.
It was clipped to the sacklike garment he wore, dangling from his midsection, which, for him was just below his shoulders.
I do not speak of the stagnation in commerce, and the ruin of southern interests and possessions, from which many have suffered heavy pecuniary loss: the effects of the war come home to the fair city yet more sharply.
Naturally, however, mr. thomasson, whose satisfaction knew no drawback save that of their present condition, and who had to congratulate himself on a risk safely run, and a good friend gained, was the first to speak.
Teeth have been found in crania taken from our ancient tombs, quite worn down by some such process of mastication.
"when annemarie and her father had left me, and i turned away from the railway-station, my heart was so heavy that i could hardly bear it.
This failure of water must be chiefly ascribed to the general desiccation of the country, but partly also to the amount of irrigation carried on along both banks of the stream at the mission station.
But more than that, it is subject to periodic saturation with water during the inundation, and is, therefore, unsuitable for the burials of a nation which wished to preserve the contents of the graves.
Upon this, the ephors sent cleomenes to surprise the athenaeum, near belbina, which is a pass commanding an entrance into laconia and was then the subject of litigation with the megalopolitans.
One of these animals seized by mr. tegg at the camden town market, was in such a state of exhaustion that he could not be driven to the slaughter-house, only two hundred yards distant; they were forced to fell him on the spot midway, in order to have him conveyed to the place of dissection.
And the accident of a misleading report had permitted her to follow her bent with a moral sanction.
His uppermost sensation now was a desire to sleep-and if death came after that, it would only be the answer to a question he had many times asked himself.
Associated words: dual, duality, double, dualism, duplex, duplicate, duplication, bifarious, binary, dimidiate, dimidiation, duet, dialogue, duarchy, bisect, bisection, halve.
She had been contented, satisfied beyond all mortal contentments and satisfactions, with the intangible, immaterial tie.
Drysdale was the only man of those he was now living with to whom he felt the least attraction.
One sampson had, when in exile, made the life of peter martyr a burden to him by his "clamours," doubts, and restless dissatisfaction.
On being interrupted, he proceeded: "'my lords, i submit whether this be not proper in mitigation of your lordships' sentence; but whether it be or not, i leave myself to your lordships' justice and mercy; i am sure neither of them will be wanting, and i entirely submit.