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Correct spelling for SQUIRLLE
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Possible correct spellings for squirlle
We withdrew from the window, and luckily too, for a heavier squall than that which had destroyed the baths burst in the windows that faced to the west.
In the harpsichord the strings were set in vibration by points of quill or hard leather.
He wondered whether mary could take her sister's place in the home circle.
A reel, worked by machinery, revolved at a short distance above the sickle, beating the wheat backward upon a small platform of slats.
Ships at anchor reared their tall masts, here and there; and the broad stream was enlivened and colored by junks and boats of all sizes and vivid hues, propelled on the screw principle by a great scull at the stern, with projecting handles for the crew to work; and at times a gorgeous mandarin boat, with two great glaring eyes set in the bows, came flying, rowed with forty paddles by an armed crew, whose shields hung on the gunwale and flashed fire in the sunbeams; the mandarin, in conical and buttoned hat, sitting on the top of his cabin calmly smoking paradise, alias opium, while his gong boomed and his boat flew fourteen miles an hour, and all things scuttled out of his celestial way. and there, looking majestically down on all these water ants, the huge agra, cynosure of so many loving eyes and loving hearts in england, lay at her moorings; homeward bound.
Then he pressed them to his brow, which seemed to be bursting with pain, as if his fixed idea had been torn from him, leaving his skull open.
-3. the entry of any amateur club, crew, or sculler, in the united kingdom, must be made ten clear days before the regatta, and the names of the captain or secretary of each club or crew must accompany the entry.
No blue jays squalled, nor white-skirted juncos clicked; neither were there any nuthatches running gruntingly up and down the tree-trunks.
In john day's first books there was no sign of the skill he afterwards manifested.