What is the correct spelling for USNIG?
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Correct spellings for USNIG
- asking I had a reason at the time for asking so much, but I don't remember asking the money when I sold the articles.
- easing Easing down to two thousand feet, they swept around in a circle that carried them within sight of the coast of Sicily.
- icing And, if you'll believe it, there was just the tip of a wing of one of those angelic little doves cut off with the icing.
- sang I sang out at the top of my voice for you, Mr Terence, and rushed aft to the cabin, where I expected to find you asleep.
- sink She paused again to let her words sink in.
- snag It must be something strong and durable enough to serve it's purpose and not snag on the weeds or rip open, that the burial should be fittingly accomplished.
- snick Her brother's "Precisely" cut across that sentence with a snick like a pair of shears and left a little silence behind it.
- snug In fact, at such moments, only the outer case of Mavis Dale remained in the snug little room, while the inward best part of her had gone on a very long journey.
- song Then he heard Ellen's little song again.
- sonic What happened is described by Adams as follows: "We gathered up a couple of sounders, a battery, and sonic wire, and at the appointed time called on her to do the stunt.
- sung "Tammy," he sung out.
- sunk He spent many years in the uncertain pursuit; sunk 600l.
- unsung Yet she was not vindictive: her resentment was a noble not a debasing feeling; once, when she was yet a child, Miss Diana was attacked with a fever of the most malignant and infectious kind; her brother loved himself far too well to risk his safety by attending her; the servants were too happy to wreak their hatred under the pretence of obeying their fears; they consequently followed the example of their master; and Miss Diana St. Leger might have gone down to her ancestors "unwept, unhonoured, and unsung," if Isabel had not volunteered and enforced her attendance.
- ursine The ursine look shot at Jim now and then recalled it.
- usage They've had it all crushed out of them by the hard usage of the officers.
- using The lines I am using now are the same lines that I got from the market for myself.
- Ing 4. Bel'ly-ing, swelling out.
- ENG Told Jim-Eng to keep quiet too.