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Correct spellings for MANAHTTAN

  • andean
  • Anton
  • breaks into
  • bring to standstill
  • broken down
  • canadian
  • canton Under the various governments which followed after the death of Alexander, those landlords remained the real masters of the country, chieftains of clans governing the canton where they had their domains, and, on the outskirts of Armenia at least, they retained the hereditary title of satraps through all political vicissitudes until the time of Justinian, thus recalling their Persian origin.
  • danton If they had known more, they would have known what the volunteers of '92 were and the retreat of Brunswick gained by bribery through Danton and Westermann.
  • Emanating
  • maintain
  • Managing
  • manatee The next instant the manatee came to the surface, and as the creature lifted its head Ned threw his lasso over it.
  • Manatees
  • mandalay And so Mandalay fell without a shot, and King Thibaw, the young, incapable, kind-hearted king, was taken into captivity.
  • mandarin
  • mandate
  • mandating
  • manet The balcony scenes of Goya, with their manolas-old-fashioned grisettes-must have stirred Manet; recall the Frenchman's Balcony.
  • manhattan
  • Manichean
  • manitoba
  • mantegna Andrea Mantegna was one of these.
  • Mantling
  • Manumitting
  • matting The floor was carpeted with rush matting, loosely woven, with rugs upon it.
  • menhaden The Menhaden or "White fish", so abundantly caught along our Sound coast during the summer months, or any variety of fish may be composted with muck, so as to make a powerful manure, with avoidance of the excessively disagreeable stench which is produced when these fish are put directly on the land.
  • menotti Mrs. Menotti seated herself, saying, "I have not had such help as this in many a year; but, come now, Stineli: sit down, and eat with us."
  • Mindanao
  • Minting
  • minuteman Now a grandson of Madam Ripley, in the bronze likeness of a minuteman of 1775, stands sentinel at "The Old North Bridge."
  • minuting
  • mitten
  • monacan "Monsieur le Monacan," said Haward.
  • monotone
  • monotony
  • montanan
  • mountain
  • mundane
  • mutton
  • Santana
  • Sonatina
  • suntan
  • wanton
  • were displeased