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Spell Check of publishing

Correct spelling: publishing

Common misspellings for publishing:

  • publising (20%)
  • publsihing (17%)
  • pulishing (7%)
  • publishings (7%)
  • pubishing (6%)
  • publishment (5%)
  • publshing (4%)
  • plublishing (4%)
  • pubilishing (4%)
  • pubilshing (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for publishing:

  1. I said of course I should like to see, and immediately taking the book read the following- which it occurs to me that I am not justified in publishing. "Luck or Cunning?" , Samuel Butler.
  2. I have collected many facts that make my case stronger, but am precluded from publishing them by the reflection that it is strong enough already. "Luck or Cunning?" , Samuel Butler.
  3. But there is no reason why we should not have along side it the method of Socialism; there is no reason why we should not have state publishing houses, just as we have state universities and state libraries. "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society" , Upton Sinclair.

Quotes for publishing:

  1. We're also far enough from the publishing power that we have no access to the politics of publishing, although there are interpersonal politics, of course. - Katherine Dunn
  2. Australian SF book publishing has undergone a boom recently, and sometimes it's easier for new writers to sell a book to a local publisher first, which then makes a US edition more likely. - Greg Egan
  3. I spoke to my agent and learned that a Hollywood scout had seen my proposal in one of the publishing houses, and had faxed it to Hollywood, where it was generating a lot of interest. - Laura Hillenbrand
  4. So, while I gave up the notions of publishing at that time, I never stopped editing and refining that book. A few years later, in 1987, I thought I had it ready to go out again. - R. A. Salvatore
  5. Because publishing is becoming more business -oriented each day with more examination of the bottom line, it's harder to break out than ever. - Nicholas Sparks