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Spell check of palms

Correct spelling: palms

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Examples of usage:

1) Glenning got to his knees and slowly rubbed the palms of his hands together, while his jaws grew hard. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) We are coming to a village on the bank, palms and trees behind it, and a white pagoda spire rising from them, and one in gold above the village. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) The sandy shore slopes up some thirty feet to the bundar, and over that we see palms and trees. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.