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Correct spellings for VILLIDGE

  • coolidge Still another supposition, at least for the Hohokam desert people, the builders of Casa Grande whose impressive ruins still stood near Coolidge , had to do with their land giving out so they could no longer grow crops, forcing them to go elsewhere to find better soil.
  • ledge He had spent his life a law unto himself and his family on the little ledge where the kraal he inhabited stood.
  • liege Will you, my Liege , grant this promise, which you owe to your own safety, and to the happiness of your people?"
  • lodge Never did he come back to Wansutis's lodge empty-handed.
  • pillage While his confederates were thus engaged, Chakra had secured his victim at the bottom of the front stairway, where he was impatiently awaiting the completion of the pillage .
  • tillage With a connoisseur's eye he explored the beauty of the rugged coast, where a great pierced rock rose from a glassy sea, and the ordered loveliness of the vast tilted levels of pasture and tillage and woodland that sloped gently up from the cliffs toward the distant moor.
  • villa For the understanding is that these two shall return to Krakatoa Villa , leaving Rosalind to watch with the nurse.
  • village Well, Paddy, what business did you follow in the village ?
  • villager This man turned out to be a villager -a blustering, ignorant fellow-who had, however, saved a small sum by hauling, which had been increased by the receipt of a little legacy.
  • villeinage But the Chief-justice, in the first place, denied that villeinage had ever been slavery such as existed in the West Indies; and, in the second place, he pronounced that, whether it had been or not, it had, at all events, long ceased in England, and could not be revived.
  • willing I guess the general's willing to hear almost anything.
  • Villi The other, and equally important, task of the villi, the majority of which dip into the mother's blood, is to transmit substances to and from the embryo.
  • Willie "The Emperor would neither believe me nor forgive me," "Willie" said.
  • villages The villages were less encouraging.
  • millage
  • villagers

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