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Correct spellings for HERDALING

  • dealing We must give the all for the all,-that is only fair dealing .
  • harding Half an hour later Harding appeared.
  • heading She seemed to be heading directly for us.
  • headline When the evening paper came out, the headline man boosted you up a notch higher-something about 'English peer's son nursed by local society girl'-say, you furnished 'em great stuff for three days."
  • headliner "The man you heard ask him if he would take Miss Headliner for the thirtieth, is Miss Headliner 's business representative.
  • headlong Why, before I'd drive you away I'd pitch myself headlong over a precipice!
  • healing Before leaving home he had studied medicine, and passed his examination satisfactorily; and this knowledge of healing he found most useful.
  • heating The rooms were lit with town gas, and coal was used for heating and cooking.
  • herding They no longer tried to force me to do cattle-herding.
  • hurdling But that is hurdling about three chapters.
  • hurling Before they had stumbled half the distance down the hill, a wave of leaping flame a hundred feet long was hurling itself upon the forest.
  • hurtling Passion given a kick and sent hurtling without let or hindrance.
  • Haling Death as a step into a dim unknown versus Death as a step into a region lighted by Jesus; Death as the cessation of activity versus Death as the introduction to nobler opportunities, and the endowment with nobler capacities of service; Death as the separator and isolator versus Death as uniting to Jesus and all His lovers; Death as haling us to the judgment-seat of the adversary versus Death as bringing us to the tribunal of the Christ; and I think we can understand how Christians can venture to say, 'All things are ours, whether life or death' which leads to a better life.
  • Heeding When his thirst was in a measure quenched, Mr. Stevens lay quietly on the sand, save now and then as he moaned in unconscious agony, heeding not the boy's pleading words.
  • Heeling Jim, who had been heeling the Squire's bird, nodded and the pair were set down.
  • Huddling The Americans listened calmly to furious disputes, in a half-dozen tongues, over the performance to the crashing of dishes and the huddling of glasses always full, always empty.
  • pedaling Pedaling ahead till I reached Leon who led the procession- "Keep straight on this road.
  • hording

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