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Correct spellings for ALSKA
- alas "Yes, Monsieur Cherami; here I am, and here I've been a long, long time, alas!
- alaska A Summer Journey to Alaska.
- alaskan From here one may start on the grand Alaskan tour, winding up through all the wonders of sound and strait, bay and ocean, to the far North summerland-a trip of most entrancing interest.
- alga Nematode worms in roots, and the remarkable galls-the simplest known-on Vaucheria, caused by the entrance into this alga of a species of Notommata, which induces a different gall on each of the various species of its host plants.
- algae Algae reduces appetite and as a dietary supplement can assist in weight loss.
- alias "Well, I wonder if he and Miss Slade, alias Mrs. Marlow, knew each other at all-outside business?
- alike They'll tell you all alike.
- alsace The news held the magic thrill of an Alsace restored to France.
- also Of course we cannot pay for it in goods and in cash also.
- ask And I did not ask them-and for why?"
- askew Except for a silver cream-jug from Mr. Askew, these were the only presents the girl received.
- elk They had been out two days after elk, but failed to find.
- flask Have you your flask filled?
- ilk The Democratic party was largely in the ascendant; but the schemes of the politicians of that ilk were constantly baffled by the intrusion of this element.
- osaka In Osaka the decorations were butterflies in colors and gold.
- Alack It is not often that an English country gentleman has a chance of seeing a Spanish ship in these sad days, unless, alack!
- ELISA The Emperor suddenly rose, and by a shift to the right placed the Princess Elisa above the Queen.
- Alex Even under the circumstances, Alex Gorram was glad to see the last of them.
- elks What a pity that the folly of the Great Chief of the Elks should have lost the beasts the most important faculties conferred upon them by the Great Hare, and led to the withdrawing of the all-glorious gift of speech.
- awls Jussieu set his plate upon the floor, and taking one of the awls in his hand, glanced up at his master.
- AILS What ails the lassie?