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Correct spellings for HAVIND

  • find "Go and find out.
  • hand On the other hand , look at England in Shakespeare's time. The uses of my soul, nor lift my hand Serenely in the sunshine as before, Without the sense of that which I forbore-- Thy touch upon the palm. The widest land – Sonnet VI by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • handy Just keep your Archer handy ..." Be glad I'm not in her damn panties Got her damn handy – That's Me by Cam'ron
  • havana If Cervera had gone to sea on the evening of May 23, or the morning of the 24th, as was plainly his intention, he would have made his escape without the slightest difficulty, because Admiral Sampson was then cruising off Havana , while Schley was still blockading Cienfuegos.
  • haven If it did, we haven 't been able to spot it.
  • heaven Dear Mother of Heaven !
  • heaving Nurse stopped for breath, whilst Milly's hanging head, heaving chest, and quick sobs showed that by this time nurse's words had quite convinced her of her wrong-doing.
  • hind Gradually the puma crawled backwards, till at a right distance for a spring, when, throwing all its weight upon its hind parts, to increase its power, it darted upon the bear like lightning, and fixed its claws into her back.
  • hindi Common names include little seed canary grass, small-seeded canary grass, small canary grass, lesser-canary grass, guli danda (Hindi), and sittee booti (Urdu).
  • hindu Do not suppose that it is because the Burman believes less than the Hindu or Mahommedan.
  • hint Next morning Campbell received a hint that this was a good opportunity for a vigorous remonstrance.
  • Having To himself he remarked: "She's used to having people wait on her."
  • Hived The thousand moorland things are silence keeping, The beasts under each bush Crouch, and the hived bees Rest in their honeyed ease; In the purple sea fish lie as they were dead, And each bird folds his wing over his head.
  • Hiving
  • havens He could make the monasteries havens of repose.
  • heaved I heard the roar of earthquake; the ground rose and heaved under my feet.
  • haven't You haven't got one!

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