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Correct spellings for SHROPSHIRE

  • ayrshire He was unable to get a drawing-room because this same Kitty Ayrshire had taken the last one.
  • foreshore If a white woman were to be shipwrecked and thrown upon an Eskimo foreshore and presenting herself at a Husky employment bureau, many surprises would await her.
  • hampshire The central tower of Petersfield in Hampshire was taken down; but its east wall still remains between nave and chancel.
  • shipshape Took us an hour, right in football practice time, to get the ticket through in our class; and what with lending pencils and chasing girls who carried their ballots away with them, and getting called down for trying to see that everything went along proper and shipshape and according to program, we boys were half crazy when it was all over.
  • Shropshire It calls to them, these men of Surrey and Kent and Devon, these Shropshire lads and boys of the Derbyshire dales, and at night in their camps, before turning in to sleep in the tents, they watch the glow of the western sun and the fading blue of the sky, and listen to the last song of birds tired with the joy of the day, and are drugged by the scent of closing flowers and of green wheat growing so tall, so quickly tall, behind the battlefields.
  • Cheshire Dick forgot that it was raining heavily, and ran down to the great bed of boulders at the end of the village, where, as the huge waves came in, they drove up the massive stones, which varied in size from that of a man's head to that of a Cheshire cheese, sending them some distance up towards the cliff, and then, as the wave retired, boomble-roomble-doomble, doomble-doom, they rolled back again one over the other, as if mockingly defying the retiring wave to come and do that again.
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