What is the correct spelling for MAYE?
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Correct spellings for MAYE
- mace I mounted, and as I rode past her to take my place at the head of that company, I lowered my mace and bowed.
- made I made it so that you could go, and now you will go and you will not come back."
- make Well; and how do you make it?
- male One represents the active Male principle, the Sun, the other the passive Feminine, or the Moon.
- mane "'You shall have a carriage and pair, Judy, at least,' said Charlie, 'and a gentle mare for riding on, with a long tail and flowing mane .
- mare Then give me the mare .
- mate So Koskomenos had found a suitable pool and stocked it himself to make his task of teaching more easy for his mate and more profitable for his little ones.
- may I may have to tell your daughter."
- maya Everywhere we saw plenty of Maya indians and heard something of the old language.
- maybe Maybe that's what it was."
- mayer Kleugel, Ludwig Berger, Kalkbrenner, Charles Mayer , and Meyerbeer.
- mays But if I have twenty-five Mays remaining, are not some Mays gone?
- maze He had a helpless sense of the injustice the signora's words and the Paronsina's tears did him; he knew that they put him with feminine excess further in the wrong than even his own weakness had; but he tried to express nothing of this,-it was but part of the miserable maze in which his life was involved.
- Aye "Aye," he said impatiently.
- mayo Great achievements for all Mayo men!
- Kaye Then came Kaye , one of the least conspicuous of the whole group, though he has since become perhaps the best known, by his poems and his beautiful critical studies in both art and literature.
- Faye Enid Faye will be made a star by 'The Black Terror,' but she is not now the drawing power to put it over big, as Stella would have done.
- Mae Mae seated herself on the bench and made room for him at her side.
- word-of-mouth Premiums were first used by John Arbuckle as an advertising sales adjunct, and they proved a big factor in putting Ariosa on the map. Mr. Arbuckle created the kind of word-of-mouth publicity for his goods that is the most difficult achievement in the business of advertising.