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Correct spelling for SIMPLIWED
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Possible correct spellings for simpliwed
Viotti, pleased with the implied compliment, did not hesitate to give the forty francs, and then walked off with his newly acquired curiosity.
Confinement and suspense had blighted them, the harsh light of the hall betrayed their weariness and the anguish they had endured, beating down on faded lids, blotched and pimpled cheeks, white, drawn lips.
Hers was a simple, shallow nature that did not care to look beyond the obvious.
Your cases have been under special consideration, and the master himself has decided that you ought to be treated specially and-er-under somewhat simpler conditions."
And if you drop that lad, said whitehouse, see that there is a blym big anchor spliced to 'is legs.
Oh, she was so fair to see, with her golden hair flying back in the breeze, eyes blue as the sky, and her sweet, dimpled face full of smiles!
On the formerly browsed areas clumps of gooseberry bushes were conspicuous and were computed to cover 3.81 per cent of the area sampled, versus 2.87 per cent on the unbrowsed area.
Some year the first day comes and he seeks it as usual, to find its place marked only by brush heaps, stubs, and sedges; and for the brook that wimpled through it in the days of yore, only stagnant pools.
Those next times i had spoken of to jane highmore, i see them simplified by retrocession.
Honoria followed, wondering as of old at the beautiful manners which dignified humility's simplest words.
He could have supplied the very word-"traitor."