Correct spelling for WHT
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Possible correct spellings for wht
- wet During this conversation I took off most of my clothes, which were still very wet, and got into bed and soon fell asleep.
- whet If Hamlet had had all that tremendous fund of energy, all that love of action, the Ghost need never have returned to "whet his almost blunted purpose."
- whit This was evidently "Beauty O'Shaughnessy," of whom he had heard so much, and, to judge by his own experience, his friends' accounts of the eccentricities of the family were no whit exaggerated.
- who 8682. Who do you fish for?
- why 11,713. Why is that?
- wit It is then that the wise fox needs all his wit and wisdom, for he oftentimes becomes the hunted as well as the hunter.
- Wot "Certainly not," ses Alf, winking to 'imself; "not arter wot you said.
- What 1305. What did you get for it?
- HT is a quadric surface with the squares of the semiaxes given by HV. HQ, HT. HQ, HP. HQ, and with HQ the normal line at H, and so touching the horizontal plane through C; and the direction cosines of the normal being
- WT Bot if we shall find him in a condition to mak publik satisfaction, we desire to know of you, if he can com and staye there wt safetie, and without danger from the enemie, that he may satisfie in ye kirk of Glasgow, which we thinke the most convenient place for removing the scandal, that if he can be secur, he may be appoynted to com to you, and if not, we may tak such other course as shall be thought most convenient.
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