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Correct spellings for LOCAUZED
- cased The fur dresser receives the skins in one of two shapes, flat or cased, depending on the manner in which they were removed from the animal.
- focused He tried various manipulations until he had focused the view and caused it to sweep all around the interior of the turret.
- glazed Passing the little glazed work-shop on his way, he perceived Thomas and Pierre there, and at once came in.
- laced Jenny's nightgown was daintily ribboned and laced, and looked queerly out of place on the pock-marked quilt.
- localized We are forced to the conclusion that the name belongs to the story, and that in some early version this was localized at a place called Sandhaug, perhaps at one of the numerous places in Norway of that name.
- locate There was a chance, so the New York surgeon told Isabelle,-only they had not been able to locate the bullet, and the heart was beating feebly.
- located In 1791 the seat of government was removed to Philadelphia, where it remained for ten years, after which the United States took advantage of the Homestead Act and located on a tract of land ten miles square, known as the District of Columbia.
- locked Hill was locked up for the night.
- locust Probably no other tree is so profitable for cultivation in this country as the locust.
- Caused He caused royal robes to be put upon her, and her beauty was a marvel.
- Coaxed Mr. Jamieson coaxed him over by holding out a lead-pencil, striped blue and yellow.
- Gazed Zoie gazed at him with grave apprehension.
- Lacked Something had been given to her that she lacked before, and it was very wonderful, strangely beautiful and satisfying.
- Leagued Well, I am prepared to yield to the wishes of my enemies, with whom thou hast leagued thyself, but only on two conditions.
- locates Rowlands, and lately Trumbull, locates it at Ain Gadis, forty-five miles south of Beersheba.