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Spell Check of joining

Correct spelling: joining

Common misspellings for joining:

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Google Ngram Viewer results for joining:

This graph shows how "joining" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for joining:

  1. These were all middle -class kids from literary backgrounds, joining this sort of train going by, this pop train, jumping on. Whereas the rest of the rock scene, you'll find that there's mostly working -class people.
  2. But there are 90 million gun owners in the United States. Only 3. 5 million want the insurance and magazines and the various things you get for joining the NRA.
  3. And then, when I thought about joining the Air Force, flying seemed like a natural extension of the motorcycling experience. You're going faster, higher. You're operating a machine that's a lot more powerful than you are.
  4. But I'm not worried about seeking out the approval of others- that high school thing of joining the club.
  5. Androgyny refers to a specific way of joining the 'masculine' and 'feminine' aspects of a single human being.