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Correct spellings for FAISL
- aisle Do you turn here in your pew or in your aisle and say, "After all, it is the old story which I have tested and know to be untrue." Your vow was your smile As we move down the aisle – Great Expectations by elbow
- fail an alien despair makes my courage fail, like the collapse of an opium vision, the hideous dropping of the veil – Act Three by Hammill Peter
- flail The more regular yoke attached to the Norag, which from its cutting and bruising qualities has been translated by the French "Hache paille," or chop-straw-this bears astounding similarity to the "whop-straw" shared by the old-fashioned British bucolic with his flail-is seen in the other photograph of the pair of native cows, though very frequently it is drawn by a yoke of oxen, by the big, clumsy buffaloes, or even by a yoke consisting of one of each, the oxen taking the palm for their sturdiness and staying power.
- foils One thing, Cumnock: the fellow's clever at the foils.