Spell check of islanders

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Correct spelling: islanders

Common misspellings:

islandic, icelandes, ixlanders, estandars, islabders, isaland's, idlanders, islaneers, iskanders, 9slanders, isoanders, islanfers, islanxers, iclanders, jslanders, islqnders, cylnders, icelandars, cylianders, ispanders, isolaters, cylandars, oslanders, islandsrs, islande, 8slanders, cylanders, islsnders, cilynders, oilsands, islanrers, cilinders, isalinder, islwnders, isalnds, islznders, islanddrs, islansers, izlanders, islandwide, islancers, iwlanders, islahders, cillinders, kslanders, islandwrs, uslanders, islamders, islajders, islandrrs.

Examples of usage:

  1. The South Sea Islanders are such incarnate fiends that they are the better of being tamed, and the missionaries are the only men who can do it."  The Coral Island by R.M. Ballantyne
  2. On the 14th, in the morning, while the ship's carpenter was engaged in replacing one of the cat- heads, two composition sheaves fell into the sea; as we had no others on board, the captain proposed to the islanders, who are excellent swimmers, to dive for them, promising a reward; and immediately two offered themselves.  Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814 or the First American Settlement on the Pacific by Gabriel Franchere
  3. May we venture to hope that, in the coming changes, Aran may once more be re- afforested, and that the islanders, who have now no coal, no timber, and no turf to burn, may have at least timber to burn in great abundance in the near future?  The South Isles of Aran by Oliver J. Burke
  4. Of old, those islanders were much indebted to the interposition of France in their favour.  Boswell's Correspondence with the Honourable Andrew Erskine, and His Journal of a Tour to Corsica by James Boswell
  5. They're a devilish bold, sly lot for all their pretty ways- these brown islanders- an astonishing bold lot.  Where the Pavement Ends by John Russell