What is the correct spelling for CARDIC?
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Correct spellings for CARDIC
- bardic As we have there suggested, the legend seems to be the remnant of a very ancient bardic tale preserved in the oral traditions of the people; and the prevalence of such bardic traditions in a part of Wales where some of the Mabinogion stories either took shape, or from where they drew folk-lore material, would make it probable that there may even be some close relationship between the Olwen of the story and the Olwen of our folk-tale.
- caddie "You spread up the bed in the bedroom, Caddie ," he bade her, "and go lay down a spell."
- cadiz Look at this letter; it is from my old friend Van Tiefel, a Dutch merchant who lives at Cadiz , asking for an English clerk.
- card "Yes, but you might have sent me a card .
- cardiac Our race would behave just as any single man behaves when death takes him suddenly through some cardiac failure.
- cardiff The Butes gave me their own rooms at Cardiff Castle, and a nice housekeeper looked after me.
- cards It's often I haven't time to look who are the letters from-or the cards .
- garlic Moisten with well-seasoned beef stock, season with salt, pepper, mustard, and melted butter, and add one-half cupful or more of stewed and strained tomato, to which a little chopped garlic and onion have been added.
- nordic Around 200 ebooks were available in 1998, with a list of 6,000 Nordic authors as a tool for further collection development.
- Carded The large building down the Durance seen from the bridge, in the suburb called St. Catherine, is a manufactory where the waste of silk on cocoons is carded and prepared for spinning.
- Carding When about seventeen, while tending a carding-machine, he wrote a paper in which he endeavoured to bring Calvinism into logical coherence and, in the interest of sound reason, to correct St. Paul's willingness to be accursed for the sake of his brethren.
- Carder He didn't take long mastering the carder, she said.
- karmic The man only becomes conscious of this as the karmic crust of evil is broken up by its force, and that glad consciousness of a power within himself hitherto unknown, asserting itself as soon as the evil karma is exhausted, is a large factor in the joy, relief, and new strength that follow on the feeling that sin is "forgiven," that its results are past.