What is the correct spelling for NUVOE?
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Correct spellings for NUVOE
- knave Two louis, you knave , for getting me that audience now, at once, or my flunkey's stick across your shoulders if you fool me any longer.
- naive On the other, there is a body of almost naive evidence in this text unpolluted by that very mythology. Stabbing the naive Conscripted Satan's legions Accept, believe – Impaler Of Souls by impaler
- nave Inside, the grove of red sandstone pillars is quite unspoilt by images or altars: one beautiful figure of St. Elizabeth stands in a niche against a pillar of the nave , and that is all.
- navy 8. Secretary of the Navy .
- ne Je ne pense pas."
- nerve You need all your nerve .
- neva I've neva been away except last summa, for a little while.
- never Ethie never went with him-never.
- nov "In Nov ember, 1815, a daughter was born to him; another, four years of age, suddenly died on the same day.
- nova Distribution-Nova Scotia to Virginia, and westward to the Mississippi.
- novel The step was novel .
- nu At one time what is now the province of Shansi was populated in this way by the Hsiung-nu, many of whom were Buddhists.
- nudge His gloomy, haggard face and disordered attire made two neatly dressed young shoemaker's apprentices, on their way to their work, nudge each other and look keenly at him.
- nurse As nurse was going she looked at Verena.
- Nev Leslie Gordon Chandler (1888–1980), Australian ornithologist Lloyd Chandler American Appalachian folk musician and Baptist preacher M Marian Otis Chandler Marlo Chandler Michelle Chandler (born 1974), Australian basketball player Mike Chandler Murray Chandler N Nev Chandler Norman Chandler, Los Angeles Times publisher from 1944 to 1960 O Otis Chandler, Los Angeles Times publisher from 1960 to 1980 P Paul Chandler, along with his wife Rachel Chandler, held hostage by Somali pirates from October 2009 to November 2010 Peleg Chandler (1816-1889), American lawyer and politician Peter Chandler (disambiguation), various people Polly Chandler R Ralph Chandler Raymond Chandler (1888–1959), American author Raymond F.