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Correct spellings for SCANNS
- scanner Some of the plates did not fit on the scanner and were captured as two separate images.
- scant The former masters of the land were peremptorily ordered about, seized, and imprisoned, and punished over and again, with scant courtesy from army officers.
- Canes The wind is right ahead, the shores are without trees of any kind, and the canes on the bank are so thick and stout that not even the cordelles can be used.
- Sans "Sans adieu," said I, as I hurried through the crowd towards an open window, on the balcony outside of which Sir Thomas Picton was standing.
- Scanned He scanned her from head to foot, and from foot to head, and nearly forgot to invite her into the private room.
- Scars Often he would awake, thinking in his dreams that he heard the whistling of the thongs; with a smile he would pass his hands over the scars on his legs at the place where the fetters had long been worn, and then he would fall asleep again.
- scabs It might be well to remark, that the scabs ought always to be allowed to fall off of themselves.
- scorns That my Lord Lauderdale, being Middleton's enemy, and one that scorns the Chancellor even to open affronts before the King, hath got the whole power of Scotland into his hand; whereas the other day he was in a fair way to have had his whole estate, and honour, and life, voted away from him.
- spans The one was a little pug scarcely two spans high, which was led in a rope about as thick as a man's arm, whilst the other, a huge and monstrous creature of the kind which the students call Doggen, apparently half mastiff, half bull-dog, stalked near it, led by a piece of twine.
- swans You looked at the swans in the moonlight.
- scenes Yes-I am too old for these scenes.
- cans Set the cans in water nearly to their tops, and gradually increase the heat under them until the water begins to boil.
- skins You are a friend to the red-skins?"
- scans No marvel then that the ingenious author scans some lines in a manner peculiar to himself.
- sickens The mind quite sickens at the recital of such a horrid slaughter of human beings, for the sole purpose of gratifying the malignant passions of a few tyrants, who had sworn to annihilate the very spirit as well as the substance of liberty.