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Spell check of bureau

Correct spelling: bureau

post, representation, market place, exchange, say-so, closet, commode, locker, grocery, escritoire, business office, sureness, buffet, part, berth, stock exchange, drawer, highboy, department, power, branch, self-confidence, actor's assistant, place, stall, means, toilet table, thorax, delegacy, dominance, depot, vanity, authorisation, way, establishment, furniture, counter, authorization, sanction, supermarket, potency, function, cupboard, spot, office, cabinet, chest of drawers, arm, store, warehouse, chain, confidence, role, assurance, dressing table, market, department store, pectus, board, desk, dresser, service, authority, bazaar, federal agency, davenport, position, chest, agency, emporium, government agency, situation, committee, self-assurance, safe, shop, mart, sideboard, shelf, fair, billet, office staff.

Examples of usage:

1) In the centre at the rear is an old bureau with a cracked mirror, to the left of it a door opening to the outside. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

2) It was some minutes before he felt chilly and went upstairs to change his clothes, but he came back almost immediately and took some papers and a couple of account books from a bureau. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) His expenses had been unusually heavy, there were many points to consider and balance against each other, and a gray light was breaking low down on the rim of the prairie when at length he rose and thrust the books back into the bureau. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.