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Correct spelling for TANANT
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Possible correct spellings for tanant
They made her sick with rage and revolt at the moment, but they had no power, no taint, no endurance.
Strange to say, the city of his birth did not recognize his talent for many years.
If, however, the leaves are boiled or are allowed to remain in water for more than five minutes, much tannin is drawn out in the water.
"yes, clear to the roots," says i, "and the tint didn't come out of a bottle, either."
Then he felt the boat, as though suddenly endowed with life, start forward, and, glancing at the fledgling, saw that she had made a tangent course to the wreck in order that the boat could be pulled outward from it and away.
Moreover, their unfaithfulness in point of testimony, convincingly appears from their bitter contentions, and almost endless disputes among themselves, after their breach, upon the religious clause of some burgess oaths, anent the true state of their own testimony, whether lifted up against the revolution constitution of the church, and settlement of religion, or not.
They used to pass by rangjirteh, where there is a cave which was tenanted by a gigantic "thlen."
Now running for the office of tyrant of north africa.
In the three southern provinces by far the greater portion of the tenantry were roman catholics, and they had long been complaining that they were forced to pay for the support of the protestant clergyman of their parish, whose ministrations they could not attend, as well as for the maintenance of their own priest, whose livelihood depended on their contributions.
There stood the soldier, staring at the tent, but he trembled when he perceived the king.
Knowing from past experience the wary tenant which dwelt within them, i adjusted myself to a comfortable attitude, and remaining perfectly motionless, awaited developments.
Of course, it was hard to be away from home and among strangers, but the arrangement had this advantage,-that no one knew them or could taunt them with their past trouble.
"as for the wood, why you might come to my yard and steal as much as you can carry, an' 'twouldn' amount to what you rob by playin' truant like this; no, nor half of it.
The big guide and lumber boss, for it was he, turned in their direction, his weather-tanned face lighting with real pleasure.