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Correct spellings for CIRTUTS
- titus Defeated in a great battle at Scotussa by Titus Flamininus, he bent to the storm, surrendered all that he had to the Romans, and was thankful for mild treatment.
- Cities Jeremiah took the young man by the shoulders and looking straight into his eyes, said to him: "I cannot go into the house of the Lord; therefore, go thou, and read in the roll, which thou hast written from my mouth, the words of the Lord in the ears of the people, in the Lord's house upon the fast-day; and thou also shalt read them in the ears of all Judah that come out of their cities.
- cites He could find his way about in the literature and always cites the names of plants with scrupulous accuracy.
- struts And after Maid Marion came dancing, with stiff struts and gambols, old men as gayly attired as might be, with garlands of peach-blossoms on their gray heads, bearing gad-sticks of peeled willow-boughs wound with cowslips, and ringing bells and blowing horns with all their might.
- circuits His appointed justices administered justice in these courts on regular circuits.
- studs And when Hereward came forward, all the ladies agreed that he must be an earl's son; for he had a great gold torc round his neck, and gold rings on his wrists; and a new scarlet coat, bound with gold braid; and scarlet stockings, cross-laced with gold braid up to the knee; and shoes trimmed with martin's fur; and a short blue silk cloak over all, trimmed with martin's fur likewise; and by his side, in a broad belt with gold studs, was the Ogre's sword Brain-biter, with its ivory hilt and velvet sheath; and all agreed that if he had but been a head taller, they had never seen a properer man.
- accepting loan
- art one's side
- ascribing to
- asks about
- asks advice of
- be moaned
- dated back
- de duces
- following example of
- following footsteps
- give piece ones mind
- held up one's end
- held up ones end