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Correct spellings for GEW

  • dew The dew comes, and they are no more.
  • few We have a few people employed in winter, but not so many as in summer.
  • ge Feax Hair Ge -feax Comatus.
  • gee As it grew light, I could gee the interminable stream of refugees passing up the road, and when I had dressed and hastened to the courtyard I found the others had already kindled a fire and tea was awaiting me.
  • gel Not to my church, gel ?
  • gem Had he seen the unknown under other circumstances, it is probable that he would not have been struck with her beauty; but this appearance of being shut up and kept apart, gave her the value of a treasured gem .
  • gen On one occasion Gen .
  • get 3488. What did you get for it?
  • hew Then he saw an angel coming down from heaven crying, "Hew down the tree, and cut off his branches; shake off his leaves, and scatter his fruit; let the beasts get away from under it, and the fowls from his branches; nevertheless, leave the stump of his roots in the earth, even with a band of iron and brass, in the tender grass of the field; and let it be wet with the dew of heaven, and let his portion be with the beasts of the grass of the earth; let his heart be changed from a man's, and let a beast's heart be given unto him, and let seven times pass over him."
  • jew It has not occurred to you that he might himself be a Jew ?
  • mew They're trying hard enough to develop us intellectually; but morally and socially they want to mew us up just as close as ever.
  • new Can you make the skeen all new ?
  • pew Some of them looked in wonder, others in dread and fear, as they passed him in procession; but the march kept them going, and their places were soon taken by others, from the store in his memory, who looked in wonder, and in dread and fear, at the strange man in the back pew , though he was no stranger to them.
  • sew She fed the fowls and learnt to cook and sew .
  • yew It was in mid-May, on a hot evening, and, though Burnett's window was flung wide open, showing the dark yew outside, not a breath stirred, and the flames of the candles were four inches long in the air.
  • Ged Ought to, by Ged !
  • Grew Out of the family grew the state.
  • Lew When the dance ended Lydia and Betty stopped before Wetzel and Betty said: "Lew, aren't you going to ask us to dance?"
  • GEO Growing on old wood and bark, Adirondack Mountains, New York, Dr. Geo .
  • GER 207, Warsaw, 1896. On Count Pototzki, see Ger Zedek, in Yevreyskaya Biblyotyeka, St. Petersburg, 1892; Ger shuni, Sketches of Jewish Life and History, New York, 1873, pp.