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Correct spellings for ASHAL'S

  • alas Alas, yes, mademoiselle-unless mademoiselle would come with me to Paimpol.
  • annals Even the history began to lose its interest in her eyes; she doubted if the annals of such a people as she saw about her could ever be popular.
  • ashlar The dam has been constructed of granite ashlar taken from quarries near Aswan.
  • atlas R59520. Black and white mileage atlas of the United States, Canada and Mexico ...
  • Ashes The ashes were smoking behind her, under the water she had poured over them, when McNab appeared.
  • Marshals My brother, as became his military character, was habited in a scarlet uniform, to which the tailor had added a sufficient amount of gold lace to adorn the coats of half a dozen field-marshals, white satin breeches, silk stockings, and diamond buckles in his shoes, setting him off to great advantage, and we all agreed that a more gallant bridegroom never set forth on a matrimonial expedition.
  • Ashley In the chapter devoted to it, the Earl of Shaftesbury has formed the central figure, honourably distinguished, as have been several other members of the legislature in the same cause, both before and after the year 1828, when as Lord Ashley he seconded Mr. Gordon's Bill, and first came publicly forward in support of measures designed to advance the interests of the insane.
  • Ashlee
  • Asians I'm felt by Aztecs, felt by Asians Portuguese, Lebanese and even Caucasians – Far From Yours by o.c.
  • shawls
  • shells Accordingly, after they had attended Miss Mary to the house, they went together, Harry carrying a fresh basket of shells brought up by Jacob on the previous evening.
  • awls Scrub thought his lasts and awls had better be left behind, as without them no one would suspect him of being a cobbler.
  • assails He cannot believe it; and yet all a lover's jealous distrust assails him.
  • AILS And what ails you, then?
  • SHOALS None of the coral fleet was out on the rising wind and sea, and stray sails were standing in; yet Christian, frantically blind, was making for his old station on the fishing shoals.
  • OSHA'S
  • shills
  • bellering
  • bourgeoisies
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