Confused Words: aisle vs isle
1. The first came against Cowes from the of Wight on 22 April.
2. They currently live in Cowes, on the of Wight.
3. The old second bell stands in retirement in the south .
4. The Darrochs were most numerous on the of Islay and of Jura.
5. In the south is a trefoil-headed piscina.
6. Lewen Greenwood Tugwell was a former Archdeacon of the of Wight.
7. Scott virtually rebuilt it and added the south , porch and bell-turret.
8. A store in the of Man opened in December 2011.
9. I lounged up the side like any other idler who has dropped into a church.
10. This was the last Clan battle on the of Skye.
11. of Thanet Electric Tramways and Lighting Company
12. He made his debut in "Tons of Money" on the of Wight in 1922.
13. In relation to the of Man this has successfully focused on prison reform.
14. Talbot Bury designed a south that was added in 1875, and a vestry was added in 1889.
15. Half the church and half the was in Kentucky, the other half in Tennessee.
16. Not this hand complies with my humor more genially than that boy.--Middle of a church!
17. There is another altar in the north .
18. Little was born in Douglas, of Man in 1949.
19. Clephane died in the of Wight on 11 October 1758.
20. Northern Maine Regional Airport at Presque
21. The walls of the chapel, and porch are crowned by a continuous embattled parapet.
22. The Venerable Alexander Cory was Archdeacon of the of Wight.
23. It was restored, at a cost of £700, in 1871, when a north of stone was added.
24. It was restored in 1886 and the south dates from the same time.
25. The north arcade between the nave and has three bays and pointed arches.
26. When the group of lawmen entered the church, they used blackjacks to "clear the ".
27. Indeed, Arabs knew of the Mascarenes, naming Mauritius "Dina Machrek" ( of the East), Rodrigues "Dina Harobi" (Abandoned ) and Réunion "Dina Moghraib" (Western ).
28. In 1846 the north and vestry were demolished and a new of five bays with a vestry at its west end was built in its place.
29. The windows along the sides of the north have two lights.
30. They then sailed in October 1632, for the of Wight to pick up more settlers.
31. In 1910 a memorial to him was erected in the south of the nave of St.
32. Suddenly Weena, deserted in the central , began to whimper.
33. The Arran Whitebeams are species unique to the of Arran.
34. The southernmost window in the east , by Magee Smith of Philadelphia, was placed in 1872.
35. Laois, Ireland, and Bestival on the of Wight.
36. I am no specialist in mineralogy, and I went on down a very ruinous running parallel to the first hall I had entered.
37. It was also standard on the of Wight rail system.
38. He was also Lieutenant Governor of the of Man from 1895 to 1902.
39. His Hurricane crashed near Parkhurst, of Wight.
40. The nave and south were finished first, the tower and chancel were added in 1867, while the north was not fully roofed until 1906.
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