What is the correct spelling for S6ACK AWAY?

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Correct spellings for S6ACK AWAY

  • saw Now the King started slightly, and I, too, marking that royal stamp which rested upon Lalusini, saw for the first time a certain degree of likeness between them.
  • say "Well," remarked Bindle, "that depends rather on wot 'Earty's goin' to say to me."
  • see I said again: "There is a ceremony in the house, and you will not be able to see any one to-day."
  • show They show you men and women falling from waggons, and swept away by waters, and overwhelmed in land-slips.
  • six These two sums, amounting together to fifty-six millions, if added to the revenues of the second half of the fiscal year, would yield the Treasury at the end of the year an available balance Of $76,644,605-78. The additional revenues required to carry out the programme of military and naval preparation of which I have spoken, would, as at present estimated, be for the fiscal year, 1917, $93,800,000. Those figures, taken with the figures for the present fiscal year which I have already given, disclose our financial problem for the year 1917. Assuming that the taxes imposed by the emergency revenue act and the present duty on sugar are to be discontinued, and that the balance at the close of the present fiscal year will be only $20,644,605.78, that the disbursements for the Panama Canal will again be about twenty-five millions, and that the additional expenditures for the army and navy are authorized by the Congress, the deficit in the general fund of the Treasury on the thirtieth of June, 1917, will be nearly two hundred and thirty-five millions.
  • such The Senate called upon the Attorney-General to transmit all papers relating to the removal; the President directed him to refuse, on the ground that papers of such a sort were not official papers, to which the Senate had a right, and also on the ground that the power of removal was vested, by the Constitution, in the president alone.
  • She She must henceforth be cut off altogether from all her old friends.
  • says Does he mean, says the latter, that the English language, as it is spoken by the politest part of the nation, and as it stands in the writings of the most approved authors, often offends against every part of grammar?

80 words made from the letters S6ACK AWAY

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