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Correct spellings for SPEFICE
- putting ones two cents in
- service Did you like the service, Amarilly?
- short snort
- space "Being alone in space is no good for me either.
- specie Flaccus had forbidden the conveying of gold and silver specie to Jerusalem, because the money came back altered, and commerce was thereby injured; and he had seized the gold which was clandestinely carried.
- species He must be an important species of American!"
- specify What the Koran did not specify did not enter into their religion or spiritual understanding.
- specs Marse Donahue, he jes' give orders and specs 'em to be kerried out like he says.
- spencer Miss Spencer looked at me gravely.
- spice To make the feat the more interesting by adding a spice of possible peril, announcement had been made that each basket contained a live child.
- spicy Unto her lips the wild grapes hold their spicy wine.
- splice We'll splice first and ast him about it afterwards.
- spruce I followed the faint traces for a hundred yards or more into the woods till they led me to a great spruce tree, under which every sign disappeared utterly, as if the creature had suddenly flown away net and all, and I gave up the trail without any idea of what had made it.
- suffice If the Britons cannot beat them without us, we should not suffice to change the fortunes of the day."
- superfine The Mudeer made me mount his throne by his side, giving me his superfine cushion to repose on, talking all the time; "Foolish men, you Christians, to come to these horrible countries."
- supervise A committee was organized to direct and supervise the work of the press agent and the chairman of this committee conducted the negotiations with the newspaper man who was to undertake the preparation of the "letters" and other material.
- surface All this was below the surface.