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Correct spellings for LARRR

  • carry And we'll gather all our arms can carry, I have lost to February – February by Dar Williams
  • harry Your best friend Harry has a brother Larry – Bust A Move by glee cast
  • labor Lay a woman in labor She said by the grace of God I'll have this child And the help of a neighbor At six o'clock the sun was rising – Spring by Tanya Tucker
  • lager
  • lair "We've found their lair, that's why-don't tell me this isn't an outlaw's cave.
  • laird "Then as for the hoose and offices,-let me see," continued the Laird, as he rolled up the plans of the farm, and pulled forth that of the dwelling-house from a bundle of papers.
  • larch Of your fibrous roots, O Larch-tree!
  • lard Take the flesh and mingle it with beef, lard and herbes fines, adding also salt and truffles enough to fill the stomach of the pheasant.
  • larder When he left, if there was enough in the larder to last over, the major always made another day of it.
  • large "Yes, truly, it is far too large for me.
  • larger Sunger was not going to be caught The going was better now, and the little pony had the advantage of not carrying as much weight as did the larger horse.
  • largo Puso su largo pico en la taza.
  • lark Mainly for a "lark" we determined to go out to these to see if they had any wounded.
  • larva The encysted larva of Tenia solium was at one time regarded as an independent animal species and named Cysticercus cellulosae.
  • laser
  • later
  • layer
  • leary
  • leery
  • lira What we know is that he had in later life some knowledge of the works of Aristotle, Julius Caesar, Seneca, Pliny, and Ptolemy; of Ahmet-Ben-Kothair the Arabic astronomer, Rochid the Arabian, and the Rabbi Samuel the Jew; of Isadore the Spaniard, and Bede and Scotus the Britons; of Strabo the German, Gerson the Frenchman, and Nicolaus de Lira the Italian.
  • loire
  • lore
  • lorre
  • lorry
  • lure
  • lyra
  • lyre
  • marry
  • parer
  • parr
  • parry
  • tarry
  • Barry
  • Darer
  • Lars
  • Lardy
  • Larry
  • Laura
  • Lire
  • Lori
  • Lorrie
  • Carr
  • Lamar
  • Leroy
  • Lara
  • Lora
  • Barr
  • Garry
  • Laurie
  • Lauri
  • Lorie
  • LR
  • ARR Lv. 6.30 a. m. Arr. 12.00 noon.
  • CARER
  • barre
  • lairs
  • lamer
  • rarer
  • barer
  • bits-and-pieces
  • bottomward
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