What is the correct spelling for IREMS?
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Correct spellings for IREMS
- ares Hence, they say, this exchange of blows has become the custom in honour of Ares upon his festival.
- arms And when she was in his arms , there had come to her that sense of spiritual and physical response which had brought to him the moment of exultant triumph he had thought would never be his.
- iris It was this colouring of the cheeks, perhaps, combined with a well-rounded, sparkling iris , that imparted the agreeable expression.
- remus Mr. Joel Chandler Harris, when not writing Uncle Remus , writes political articles in a leading Southern journal.
- rims Even in the midst of his mixed feelings that obvious farewell to Gordon made the old rancher feel a breath of the winter he had once spoken of, nipping the rims of his ears.
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- rams According to the law, Israel was to offer 70 bulls, 14 rams , and seven times 14 lambs at this festival as a burnt offering.
- EMS This is the parts on the Lower rather than the Upper Rhine; and it is the parts about the Ems and Weser rather than those of the Rhine at all-sacred as is this latter stream to the patriotism of the Prussian and Suabian.
- IRAS This vexed Iras , like everything which may disturb the Queen.
- REAMS So he took to boasting loudly at White's and the Cocoa Tree that Peg cared for him alone, and that she had written him reams of burningly ardent love letters.
- ORES Mining and the refining of metal ores, the exploiting of coal deposits, the building of railroads, the construction of buildings for business and residential purposes, as well as dozens of other great enterprises, served to draw from the country the best of its human resources.
- RUMS So rouse out six side-boys, line 'em up, rig up the port ladder, have the bugler stand by for ta-ra-rums and all that stuff.
- rimes The Cambridge student, the follower of country life in Lancashire or Kent, the scholar discussing with Philip Sidney and corresponding with Gabriel Harvey about classical metres and English rimes ; the shepherd poet, Colin Clout, delicately fashioning his innocent pastorals, his love complaints, or his dexterous panegyrics or satires; the courtier, aspiring to shine in the train of Leicester before the eyes of the great queen,-found himself transplanted into a wild and turbulent savagery, where the elements of civil society hardly existed, and which had the fatal power of drawing into its own evil and lawless ways the English who came into contact with it.