Correct spelling for SHING
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Possible correct spellings for shing
- chin Rose sat in her seat, with her chin on her clasped hands.
- china Then, on the next voyage, I shall sail as far as China and will get you anything you ask!"
- chine On the summit of the cliff a delightful drive has been constructed, while an undercliff drive, extending for a mile and a half between Bournemouth Pier and Boscombe Pier, was formally opened with great festivities on 3rd June, 1914. Boscombe Chine, the only large opening on the eastern side of Bournemouth, must have been formerly rich in minerals, and Camden, who calls it "Bascombe", tells us that it had a "copperas house".
- chino Che fa mai col volto chino, Quella tacita fanciulla? Sta vegliando il fratellino, Adagiato nella culla.
- shin Afterward Ned realized that during the ensuing ten or twelve seconds he had tried desperately to shin up the tall policeman; but at the time he had not known it, nor, or so it appeared, had the policeman, for the latter was shouting his lungs out!
- shine There even came a slight glow at last into the faded cheeks; the eyes behind the spectacles seemed to shine with a light borrowed from her daughter's.
- shiner In the glare of the unclouded sunshine, breathing hard from his exertion, his hand grasped successively by Shiner and the three soldiers, the veteran trooper told his hurried tale, while, one after another, his followers, wellnigh exhausted, labored after him, and finally rolled stiffly to terra firma at the station, their wretched livery mounts, with dripping, quivering flanks and drooping heads, stood straddling close at hand, too utterly used up to stagger away.
- Shane All the boys had. The only person they despised more was Mr. Shane.
- Shana ↑ Ella Baker papers, 1926-1986, New York Public Library1 2 Shana Redmonds Named to Professorship Honoring Civil Rights Activist Ella Baker : The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education↑ Collins, Gail (September 22, 2007), "The Women Behind the Men", The New York Times ↑ Grant, Joanne, film, Fundi: The Story of Ella Baker (Icarus Films, 1981)↑ The Eyes on the Prize Civil Rights Reader: documents, speeches and firsthand accounts from the Black Freedom Struggle, 1954–1990, ed.
21 words made from the letters shing
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