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Correct spellings for MANNUEL
- annual 15,151. Do they keep an account with you, which is settled at the annual settling time?
- annul The historic claim to complete independence has on many occasions been modified in theory or abated in practice by the National leaders: but a survey of the history of Ireland since the Union shows that, with whatever apparent abatements or disguises the claim may have been pressed, there has always been deep down the feeling that behind the Union lay the Conquest, the hope that to repeal the one meant a step upon the road to annul the other.
- manful Yet a feeling of resentment would creep into his heart in spite of his manful resolve to be fair to his cousin, and let nothing interfere with their lifelong friendship.
- manned I think when the ships were all manned last year, the men were done.
- manner His manner showed that he knew his game was near.
- mannerly Some other naughtie body would peraduenture haue construed it not halfe so mannerly.
- manque C'est un empereur manque,-un tyran a la troiseme trituration.
- mantel 1. Our books lie on the mantel.
- manual On account of the unjust criticism sometimes made on my own hand-manual, I feel inclined to treat him kindly.
- Manley And why didn't Manley come?
- Manuel Carlos Manuel Cespedes was chosen as President, and Manuel de Quesada as General-in-Chief.
- Manuela Manuela told me last night.
- Emanuel A little later still, Jan van Doesborch was at work at the same place, and between 1505 and 1530 produced at least eighteen popular English books, including Tyll Howleglas, Virgilius the Magician, Robin Hood, and an account of recent discoveries entitled, "Of the new landes and of the people found by the messengers of the kynge of portyngale named Emanuel."
- bringing to close