What is the correct spelling for EADS?
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Correct spellings for EADS
- beads The Knight's confessor telling his beads . Writing up some deeds He said, "Let's set up a fort And start buying the place with beads" Just then this cop comes down the street – BOB DYLAN'S 115TH DREAM by Bob Dylan
- eats Yasha eats his bread and I pick up the crumbs."
- EDS Terra Incognita": D. H. Lawrence at the Frontiers, Fairleigh Dickinson State University Press Earl Ingersoll and Virginia Hyde (2009), eds.
- heads The boys shook their heads .
- ends Her visit ends to-day.
- leads Kindness only leads me to temper your hope."
- lads Now, lads , drive them back as they come up."
- ADS And as a rule, I have to pay cash for my ads.
- GADS On hearing of Dickens' death in June 1870, Buss was moved to attempt a large watercolour, 'Dickens's Dream', which portrayed the dozing author seated in his Gads Hill Place study surrounded by many of the characters he had created.
- CADS We can do what those cads do in the newspapers-obstruct the business!
- DADS Main article: List of Dads Army radio episodes Many of the TV episodes were remade for BBC Radio 4 with the original cast, although other actors played Walker after James Beck’s death.
- EARS Everybody sat up and listened with all their ears.
- FADS He changed all this in later years, and kept a supply always on hand to satisfy every request; but in those earlier days he had no patience with collecting fads, and it required a particularly pleasing application to obtain his signature.
- detrained It had seemed to be an easy thing to give his two companions the slip; but when they detrained at Indian Creek he had been inveigled into assisting with the unloading of the canoes, and on his first trip to the creek a short distance from the station, he had found himself forced into the Indian guide's canoe and carried beyond reach of help.