What is the correct spelling for MANNNIE?

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Correct spellings for MANNNIE

  • man But now-he would not be so cowardly as not to face the man he hated, though a step into the brush beside the road would have concealed him.
  • many A greater number would be undesirable, they said, because "in such an affair where there are many, the chief things are done and ofttimes huddled up by a few; and there is neither that secrecy, steadiness, nor particular care, nor so good an account given of the trust, where more are employed than are necessary and proportionable to the business."
  • may The speech and the subject may have interested some people, but I did not care for either, and I am afraid I was a little drowsy.
  • mean So- You mean you English guys call the subway the tube, Dawson cut in again.
  • men I knew that it very often happens that a wreck floats for a long time, and the boat from which the men were now frantically shouting for the captain would certainly be dangerously crowded.
  • money Whatever money was carried was in paper, and one Eastern newspaper printed a special edition on tissue paper for use only on this famous Pony Express.
  • Mannie In her memoir "Coffee, Martinis and San Francisco," published by Presidio Press in 1978, Ruth Bransten McDougall, the granddaughter of the founder, wrote on page 94 that her father Mannie Brandenstein changed his name to Bransten to protect the business against anti-German antipathies during World War I, as well as to please his wife, whose family originated from France.