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Correct spellings for EHALE
- al It is a vast evening party al fresco, stretching from the Alcala to the Course of San Geronimo.
- ale She finished her ginger ale, sat down in her chair, leaned back and put her legs up on the bed.
- aloe For the time, a statue set among the shrubbery could not have been more motionless than I. I stood rigid as the fronds of the aloe around me,- my gaze steadfastly fixed upon the spectacle passing inside.
- awhile "No, no, Mr. Mallock; we must wait awhile.
- eagle I would have tattooed upon it an American eagle.
- earl 194 Morkere, Earl of Northumbria, i.
- easel Early one September afternoon, about two years before its destruction, a small group of watermen, a woman or two, and a fringe of small children were gathered in the fish-market around a painter and his easel.
- eel His words sent a flash of light through me, for they explained his miserable attempts to swim, and I realised that the stout silk line had been twisted about him by the eel in its efforts to escape.
- emile "Dying people are frightfully cruel," said Emile, laughing.
- heller Heller resented the insinuation, and rashly accepted a wager on the subject.
- Ethel And even as Ethel hastened westwards, instead of towards home, Doris with infinite pains put the finishing touches to her pretty hair, and took a last survey of her dainty person before the well-known step should sound on the stone staircase outside their unpretentious litte door.
- Hal And then, of course, there was Hal.
- Ella Dan went and carefully closed the door of Ella May's room before he replied.
- Hallie Hallie, who was a year older and half a head taller than I, had already begun to lengthen her dresses, and do up her hair, and I found it humiliating to be so small that at sixteen I had still to wear mine down my back in long curls, and my skirts above my ankles.
- Earle He ran softly to the door opposite the one through which Mrs. Earle had passed, and pulled it open.