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Correct spelling for UALLY
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Possible correct spellings for ually
What was it all for?
She assisted, and ably, in everything that was done, but said almost nothing.
Allie was not long in gathering this fact, nor that there were subtle signs of suspicion among the gamesters.
But they soon found it was of no use; maggie's one idea, when work was over, was to throw her little checked shawl over her head, and turn her steps quickly towards a certain house in a narrow alley near the factory, for there, under the care of a neighbour, she left her child during the day.
Our sister nuzhat al-fuad is dead indeed.
Even lewis was perplexed by the vagaries of an ally who passed, in a few hours, from homage to defiance, and from defiance to homage.
Thus fire within, without the cold, cold snow, alone, with these my thoughts and her bright hair, alway and everywhere i bear my ail, haply to find some mercy in the eyes of unborn nations and far future years, if so long flourishes our laurel green.
"you laugh at me, and call me a silly boy, and i allow it.
Minister und teacher, rev. geo. s. smith, raleigh, n. c. mr. a. l. de mond, fort payne, ala.
Then take the yolks of eight eggs well beaten, with a spoonful and half of rose water; then take a pint of thick cream, and a pound of butter; melt them together, and when it is so, take three quarters of a pint of ale-yest, and mingle the yest and eggs together.
The wells and springs, those secret treasures of the desert, are carefully concealed from the travellers; and frequently, after our most oppressive marches, nothing could be found to allay the urgent cravings of thirst but a little brackish water of the most disgusting description.
Since that i have been poor, but contented-i deserved to lose all my property for my wickedness, and i submit with resignation to the will of allah.
Ali partab could not have understood the words, but he may have caught their meaning, for he glanced sideways at the old hag mumbling in the shadow and grinned into his beard.
With less reluctance they assisted the conquerors in stripping the ornaments from some of the other edifices, where the gold, however, being mixed with a large proportion of alloy, was of much less value.