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Correct spellings for GLIAR

  • clear This year, when I settled with him, I was clear.
  • flair Gerald's flair, and knowledge of his Florence, enabled him perfectly to divine what was in question.
  • gal What i' the name o' sense ever come over a purty gal like your daughter to take up with a man like him?
  • gala Such were but a few of the contradictions in a city where the theatres were named after the neighbouring churches, where there were innumerable religious foundations but scarce an ecclesiastic to be met in company, and where the ladies of the laity dressed like nuns, while the nuns in the aristocratic convents went in gala habits and with uncovered heads.
  • gar "I have not ordered my gar until twelve o'clock," said the Baron.
  • gear There are two spur gear changes, either of which may be used and which give a very wide range.
  • gila The governor and marshal of the Territory, accompanied by a small military escort, left the frontier of Missouri in September last, and took the southern route, by the way of Santa Fe and the river Gila, to California, with the intention of proceeding thence in one of our vessels of war to their destination.
  • gill As I see, every Jack has his Gill, I also want to be married.
  • girl It was the girl that said it.
  • glad "Of course; I'm glad you can find something to do here.
  • glare But they were not prepared to see the elephant that rolled into the glare of their torches out of the night.
  • glib My thoughts were far away in the saloon of the villa, and between those glib and clever words, I still heard the soft voice of my darling and saw her eyes fixed on mine with a sad expression.
  • glider Lilienthal's glider kept aloft four minutes, but this new dread-naught of Germany's dying navy was aloft ninety-six hours, maintaining a speed of thirty-eight miles an hour, this even in the face of a storm pressure of almost eighty meters.
  • lair And she's down and done, but running the lair!"
  • lear Her desertion, particularly at a crisis, made Rosemary McClean cry, and set her father to quoting Shakespeare's "King Lear."
  • liar Well, I don't know your name, but mine's Billy Garrison, and you're a liar!
  • Blair Scots, like Blair and even the sceptical Hume-though Hume soon revolted-defended Ossian out of patriotic prejudice, and Burns professed to admire.
  • Clair "But," I mischievously answered, "I do not know 'Au clair de la lune,' even with variations."
  • Gail "But, Peace,-" Gail began.
  • Julia Beth was in such a hurry to show Julia she was not afraid, that she had great difficulty in starting.
  • Gil He sees Gil Uraga.
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