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Correct spellings for BEVOR

  • aver "Can I then, aver with any semblance of honesty that I have not betrayed my friend? Basely have I betrayed him.
  • bar However did you get 'em into the bar?"
  • be That would be too much.
  • bear "Yes," said she, "you can bear it.
  • beauvoir But now we are sure that we shall have the money for Albert de Chantonnay's Beauvoir estate by the middle of January.
  • beaver Then Fighting Wolf held the ponies, and Black Beaver ran back to watch.
  • bee But your wire set another bee humming in my motor-bonnet.
  • beef Will-o'-the-Wallfield shall stay behind also to see that stores of grain and beef are ample.
  • beefy The beefy Marnark fairly licked his chops in anticipation.
  • beer I never heard anything against the man; he's led a good life so far as I know, and 'ow can we tell that he won't 'ave beer?
  • befog He delivered an extemporaneous and daringly false lecture on the comparative force of evidence, intended only to befog the minds of the jurors.
  • before His father had been so before him.
  • behavior It seems to me that the result of all Professor Loeb's valuable inquiries is only to give us a more intimate sense of how closely mechanical and chemical principles are associated and identified with all the phenomena of life and with all animal behavior.
  • below This was about thirty miles below the mouth of the White River.
  • berg Forcing our way, therefore, through the scrub and out of it, we found outside of it, in an open forest, the box and Angophora, and could go forward without impediment, first to the N. W., afterwards northward, and N. E. At length the woods opened into fine grassy plains, bounded on the east by trees belonging to the river berg.
  • berk In the next place, Cytispora orbicularis, Berk.
  • bern Of the former there was enough; of the latter not. Indeed, the army of Bern, which approached, was strong in numbers.
  • bettor This ain't no Thames; I know bettor than that.
  • bevel 1295 represents a flat scraper, the two end edges A and the side edges along the bevel forming the cutting edges.
  • bevy
  • bey Bey looked at Homer Crawford.
  • bier
  • biro
  • boa
  • boar
  • boer
  • bohr
  • boo
  • boor
  • bore
  • born
  • bow
  • boy
  • br
  • bravo
  • breve
  • bur
  • devour
  • ever
  • favor
  • fervor
  • fever
  • lever
  • never
  • over
  • savor
  • sever
  • Berm Burke abandoned the dirt berm by crawling off to the side, where he found cover in a gully.
  • Fer
  • Bert But, Bert, how were you going to do it?
  • Beverly "Miss Anne," said he, smoking a cigarette, at her urgent invitation, "is there a poor woman in Beverly Stoke with whom I could lodge?"
  • Borg
  • Bevvy
  • Beavers He brought to the camp a stout force of warriors, heavily armed, being each clad in ten pair of linsey-woolsey breeches, and overshadowed by broad-brimmed beavers, with short pipes twisted in their hat-bands.
  • BF
  • BIO
  • BO
  • BRO
  • Beyer
  • tied-up
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