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Correct spellings for 22AND
- add Are you willing to add new claims to my grateful remembrance?
- aid I feel that we owe a great debt to the colored race, and I would aid and not hinder any hand that is ready to help do the needed work.
- an "It may make her think it isn't all at an end, I'm afraid.
- ana "Concentrate all your forces in Santa Ana before the day arrives.
- anode Since the electrons have a negative charge, they are repelled by the negative cathode and attracted to the positive anode.
- ans Ans. -No, it iz an alterative; it alters dollars into pence, and men into bruits.
- ant David told us that it forms its nests in ant-hills, and, of course, eats up the inhabitants.
- ante How soon, wondered Jake, might the ante be raised to two Gee?
- anti And now every thing was made in the way of "anti-tear-clothes," as the children called them, and the express wagon was sent for on the afternoon of the 19th of June to carry the baggage down to the steamboat.
- any No one has brought you any news?
- aunt In that case I will ask Aunt Metoaca's permission to go.
- band It directed Wallace to the spot, and throwing himself and his brethren of Lanark into the midst of the band which held the prisoner, Kirkpatrick was again rescued.
- end Indeed the end of v.
- enid "What a horrible place it must be!" said Enid, with a little shiver.
- hand If you want to do a little detective work to sort of keep your hand in, maybe we can do business."
- undo You feel that you are tired, when you want to go another way and you feel that you have been mad when you want to undo your work.
- Ain't "I ain't no kind of a hand at talking to the womenfolk.
- And E. from Marseilles, and 6 m.
- Ann He had lost his wife, Miss Mary Ann Dutton when on a visit to England, and at this time was engaged to Miss Harriet McDermott.
- Ind Ind. Orn. 2. p. 518. Gen. Zool.
- Andy His voice changed suddenly: "Talk to me, Andy."