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Correct spelling for SUPPO
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Possible correct spellings for suppo
A handsome old boy he was, ruddy, hale, with the zest of a juicy old apple, slightly withered but still sappy.
They said the sap wouldn't run last night.
The water from such a well is safe and pure except under the conditions represented in figure 142. if sewage or slops be poured upon the ground in the neighborhood of the well, the liquid will seep through the ground and some may make its way into the pump before it has been purified by the earth.
"they're very active this morning, sir," said the sapper, stepping forward.
He was a sepoy in my regiment, and has always evinced the greatest devotion for me.
So long as thou wert a child, sappho, thy life passed on like a cloudless spring morning, but when thou becam'st a maiden, and hadst learnt to love, thine heart was opened to admit pain; and during the long months of separation pain was a frequent guest there.
In the midst of this rather unbecoming struggle of the mother against the child's obstinacy, the clatter of wheels and of horses' hoofs rang through the court-yard of the palace, and hardly had the sound reached the queen's ears than she turned away from the screaming child, hurried to the parapet of the roof, and called out to zoe: "publius scipio is here; it is high time that i should dress for the banquet.
Such peevish pew, i tell you true, not for a crown of gold there cometh one sip within my lip, whether it be new or old.