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Correct spelling for TURND
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Possible correct spellings for turnd
Yes, said tarn, as if answering what i was thinking, he has never been allowed to take food from any hand but mine.
"history," i said, "is already shifting the significance out of western europe altogether, and we english cannot see it; we can see no further than berlin, and these germans can think of nothing better than to taunt the french with such tawdry effigies as this!
In the tnt series memphis beat, a character refers to family as "an albatross around the neck of a great man" (episode 107).
He drove a fine span of blacks before a jaunty light carriage, and was seldom seen with his turnout except when accompanied by some one of the many pretty girls about groveland.
Below, from the surface of the water broken to foam by the tumult, would leap those tremendous jumpers of the sea, the tuna, plunging through the living cloud of flying-fish, and dropping to feed upon those which fell stunned under their impetuous charges.
When he went to tend his traps or to hunt, to chop wood or to watch the trail, allie always accompanied him.
Driscoll turned to go.
His only hours of exhilaration occurred when his friend, basil grant, came into the house, late at night, a tornado of conversation.
Turn and turn about.
One of these might be called the party of the claudii and of the old conservative nobility, the other the party of the julii and of that youthful nobility which was following the modern trend.
He heard the clock strike four and then five; the sunlight faded, and he suddenly felt an eager desire to get out of the desolation of his "tun" into the open air.
When miss turner comes back!
Mr. cannel half rose from his seat, and whispered hoarsely, "strike up a tune, paul."
This will give the general shape of the bowl which may be trued up later by sawing and filing.
Then, if he turns me out, very well.
Telegraphs were cut, and railroad tracks torn up.
Once or twice he shouted out a sharp-toned inquiry as to whether he knew where he was going, and that they were taking the wrong way altogether; to all of which sir norman deigned not the slightest reply, but rode more and more recklessly on.
My warlike spirits work now another way, and my soul's tuned to trumpets.
-adult: a small tern with a long, forked tail and white plumage often with pinkish cast except for mantle, back, rump, tail, wing-coverts, and scapulars which are pale pearl-gray; band across nape, spot in front of eye, and outer web of outer primary black; bill and feet black.