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Correct spellings for MANUVIER

  • hanover If that is so, I will return to Hanover and watch.
  • magnifier He gave a pocket case, containing writing tools, slide rule and magnifier, to the bearded man on the other side of Dallona.
  • manager No provision is made for management or supervision, as the owner will, it is assumed, act as manager.
  • maneuver This maneuver he repeats four or five times, and always successfully, till one of his comrades finds out his trick and does it still better.
  • manger There they found Mary and Joseph with the Holy Child lying in a manger, just as the angel had said.
  • manner And her manner was worse than her words.
  • manure Fresh carbolized bedding should be constantly supplied, so that the calf may be dropped on that and not on soaked litter nor manure.
  • maunder No doubt there are men who brood upon the impossible, and moon and maunder away their lives over the grave of a dead love; no doubt there are people who will say that, because I did not shoot Langdon or her, or myself, or fly to a desert or pose in the crowded places of the world as the last scene of a tragedy, I therefore cared little about her.
  • mauve Oliver wore on his tunic the white mauve and white ribbon of the Military Cross.
  • Manuel Captain Manuel Nunez was an accomplished liar in everything, and I felt sure that he had another lie in reserve yet.
  • maneuvers It dodged in and out of rockets landing and taking off, escaping blazing destruction with last minute, intricate maneuvers.
  • mangier
  • minuter It so happened, that I had that morning taken the miniature I had found in the fatal field, from the secret place in which I usually kept it, in order more closely to examine it, lest any more convincing proof of its owner, than the initials and Thornton's interpretation, might be discovered by a minuter investigation.
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