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Correct spellings for 2TIM

  • acts age
  • acts like
  • aim She has but one thought, one care, one end and aim in life-her husband."
  • dim Windows showed dim candles, in the distance a sharp cry broke the silence and then fell away again.
  • Him
  • I'm
  • Jim
  • Kim
  • rim Upon the front rim of the upper shelf some one, perhaps the dead father in his invalid days, had carved a motto with a knife, the motto that is also that of the British arms.
  • tam You make me one tam fool!
  • ti For, she said, as she had lain awake only the night before, she had heard enough in talk between the bannerman and his wife to learn her secret-how that she was the only daughter of the rightful emperor, the Prince Kung-ti, whose guardian and chief adviser the present emperor had been; how this trusted protector had made away with poor Kung-ti in order that he might usurp the throne; and how she, the Princess Woo, had been flung into the swift Hwang-ho, from the turbid waters of which she had been rescued by the bannerman of the Dragon Gate.
  • tia 3, 3, 'Sed meus in Geticis ad Martia signa pruinis a rigido teritur centurione liber, dicitur et nostros cantare Britannia versus.
  • tic The clock went on with its slow swing, tic-tac, tic-tac, an utterly inhuman time-measurer; but she heard the sound of every second, through the midst of the uproar in the fir-trees, which bent their tall heads hissing to the blast, and swinging about in the agony of their strife.
  • tie That's four to make up to tie them.
  • Til
  • Tim
  • time But that time was not yet.
  • tin But Martin did not care what they said or thought.
  • tip It could not be very deep where Dicky was, just beyond the tip of the point.
  • tm
  • tom
  • TQM
  • trim
  • tum It was a kind of muffled pounding at first, like the beginning of a long distance call, "lumpty-tum-tum; lumpty-tum-tum."
  • vim
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