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Correct spellings for PAIS
- paid "Ah, you people trust us a great deal, and we in return trust you-a very long time often before we can get paid.
- pail "'"Sure I can use you," said the farmer, "here's a milk pail and a milking-stool.
- pain I went to bed with a pain in my side, and after six hours' sleep awoke feeling thoroughly ill.
- pains All I got be it was bein made a sight of in the public street for me pains.
- pair Since the dinner at the Rocher de Cancale, the pair had not met.
- paris Are you taking a house in Paris?
- pas Be happy-et ne pleurez pas.
- pass Here was a pretty pass!
- Ais In 1826 he gives his designation and title as "H. Balzac, imprimeur, Rue des Marais, St.-Germain, 31," and we have already seen that he was entered on the school register as Honore Balzac, and that his parents at that time called themselves M. and Mme.
- Pats Through the sitting-room windows I kept a watchful eye on Miss Ashley as she watered and deftly unharnessed Charley and led him into his stable with sundry pats on his nose.
- pads He knew that if his pursuers came here now they would see where he had knocked the thick pads of snow from the wide horizontal branches.
- pals I danced around the camp like a wild man, and my pals thought the heat had affected my brain.
- pays If he pays the money, please send it to me immediately by post, I shall receive it to-morrow afternoon; if he does not, send me back the note."
- pans Then came Nqong from his bath in the salt-pans, and said, 'It's five o'clock.
- pairs Half a dozen pairs of white kid gloves.
- paws There he lay, his nose between his paws, listening with quiet interest to the uproar below.
- pails My mother hesitated at first, but went on to the spring, and, having filled her pails with water, we went back with quickened steps to the house.
- PARS I speak with an intimate knowledge of these scenes, quorum pars fui; as I may of others of a character entirely opposite.
- PIS To be rejected by Josina, the simple girl whom, in his heart, he had regarded as a pis alter, on whom he had designed to confer a half-contemptuous affection, on whose youthful fancy he had played for his pastime!