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Correct spellings for FARGE
- age There once was a man from the old stone age And he used to follow the weather But now he's got hung up on filling a page Upon whether to go or together – The Lord's Prayer by Harper Roy
- barge Alexia gave a frantic dive to get down from the barge.
- carve They carved the houses of the dead in the mountain side; why, therefore, should they not in like manner carve the houses of the gods?
- faberge Besides the Rothschild Faberge Egg, other items in the museum collection include a rare silver decanter in the form of a rabbit, and Karelian Birch, the last Imperial Easter Egg, made of Karelian birch with gold and diamonds for Easter 1917.
- fagged He looked fagged to-night, as she had said; but his face lit up at sight of Stafford.
- fake Two of them entries is fake.
- faker The use by the newspaper running my narrative story of photographs of Arctic scenes-which never change in character-that had been taken by me on previous trips, was held up as visible evidence that I was a faker!
- fang Every fang would have found its hold.
- fogey I think Mrs. Purdy's an awful old fogey!
- fug Luckily we had those round oil stoves; and with flaps securely fastened at night we achieved what was known as a "perfectly glorious fug."
- FAQ Also, from Burnett, The Official Website is the following from the FAQ: "The Burnetts were never a 'clan as the term is used in Scots custom and law.
- FAGS On the contrary, while the fags were making merry on chicken and toasting their toes at the roaring fire in the sanatorium, Clapperton, Brinkman, and Dangle were hauled up into the presence of the head-master, and there seriously reprimanded for the damage done to one of the doors in Mr Forder's house, and cautioned not to let such a breach of discipline happen again, under a pain of severer penalties.