What is the correct spelling for PAULE?

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Correct spellings for PAULE

  • pail She heard Manley enter the kitchen, set down the pail of water, and come on to where she stood.
  • pal Art was all right, and there was no sense in making trouble for a pal .
  • pale How pale you look!
  • pall The circumstances of her brother's death which had fallen like a pall on her young life had set Jane Oglander apart from happy, normal women.
  • pally Art in the home, Pally ?
  • parley First let the labouring man have his rights, they cry, and then, and then only, shall you have the way clear for any further parley about his future.
  • paul But the women said it was plain Paul Le Page was one of those who had wanted Celeste himself.
  • pauli The next year he went to Berlin, and after preparation was received into the Church of Christ, by Pastor Kuntze, on June 6, 1841. Further trials from his family awaited him, until he fled to Amsterdam, where Mr. Pauli , the Society's missionary, asked him to assist in the mission.
  • pause Then after a pause in which to catch his breath he let himself down to the ground.
  • pawl 1504. Here there are two gears A and D, and the pawl or catch C may be moved on its pivoted end so as to engage either with A or D to feed in the required direction.
  • pile Lay on it in a pile a few slices of beef and slices of fried bread alternately.
  • pole She might break the line or the pole and lose him entirely, but she would try it.
  • pule We had become quite familiar with the native sentence, "E pule kakou"-"Let us pray."
  • pull What did old grandfather Craigmile pull up and come over to this country for?
  • Pele It is a great mistake, he was wont to say, in collectors of statues, to arrange them pele mele in one long monotonous gallery.
  • Paley Paley says the authority of Papias is complete; Tischendorf declares that Papias is in error.
  • Peale The son of the former, fearing the tolling might be thought to be for the beggar instead of his father, hired a trumpeter to stand "all the ringing-while" in the belfry and proclaim between every peal, "Sirres, this next peale is not for R., but for Maister N.," his father.
  • Paula Directly behind her, Paula now heard a slow whisper: "I knew him twenty-five years ago, and he is not a moment older to look at."
  • PYLE Mrs. Will Pyle Bellevue, Pa.
  • POOLE To assist in proving this, the messages sent out from the power station were also received at a station at Poole , two hundred miles away, and the assistant there was instructed to telegraph back these messages by wire as soon as he received them.
  • paler His face had grown paler than usual, and he felt almost limp with the relief which was too great for him to express.
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