Correct spelling for SLP

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Possible correct spellings for slp

  • Lp
  • Legislative branch: bicameral congress or kongreso consists of the senate or senado (24 seats-one-half elected every three years; members elected by popular vote to serve six-year terms) and the house of representatives or kapulungan ng mga kinatawan (221 seats; members elected by popular vote to serve three-year terms; note-an additional 50 members may be appointed by the president) elections: senate-last held 11 may 1998 (next to be held 11 may 2001); house of representatives-elections last held 11 may 1998 (next to be held 11 may 2001) election results: senate-percent of vote by party-na; seats by party-lamp 12, lakas 5, prp 2, lp 1, other 3; note-the senate now has only 23 members with one seat vacated when gloria macapagal-arroyo became vice president; the seat can only be filled by election and is likely to remain open until the next regular election in 2001; house of representatives-percent of vote by party-na; seats by party-lamp 135, lakas 37, lp 13, aksyon demokratiko 1, other 35

  • Slop
  • The water pan itself is set upon a wire covered frame about 18 inches square under which is dug a pit 4 or 5 inches deep to drain away any water which the ducklings slop out of the pan.

  • Sp
  • July 28; myrsidea sp.

  • Sup
  • "fisherman," said the caliph, "i will buy your three fish, and, since i am tired, we will come, i and my friend who is with me, and you shall cook all the five fish, and we will sup together."

  • Sop
  • Jed-just you shut your eyes and see burke lawson behind bars-eating sop from a pan, drinking prison water-just you call that picture up.

  • Sap
  • It runs most freely at the hour of sunrise; and this is also true as regards the sap of the sugar-tree, and many other trees of that kind.

  • Slr
  • Bridge cameras typically have small image sensors, allowing their lenses also to be smaller than a 35mm or aps-c slr lens covering the same zoom range.

  • Slap
  • I struck him a violent slap on the face, which he returned with a blow from his stick, but i quickly snatched it from him, and, leaving him, i hastened towards macerata.

  • Slip
  • She's given me the slip.

  • Alp
  • It was our good-natured young american from the riffel alp, who had not only joined in the daily laugh against himself up there, but must needs raise it as soon as ever he met one of us again.

  • Sip
  • You need take only the slightest sip."

  • Sly
  • "but," he added, looking hard at felix, "can that sly fellow have concealed the thing even from you?"