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Correct spelling for ACCOMUDATION
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Possible correct spellings for accomudation
- Accommodation(Definition of accommodation)
- Actuation(Definition of actuation)
- Commutation(Definition of commutation)
- Accommodating(Definition of accommodating)
In the evening we arrived at nonkreem, a large village in a broad marshy valley, where we procured accommodation with some difficulty, the people being by no means civil, and the rajah, sing manuk, holding himself independent of the british government.
The accommodations on these boats are first-class in every respect; good table, neat staterooms, and courteous attendants.
The accumulation of the winter is usually applied to the land for the corn crop, except the finer portion, which is used to top-dress meadow land.
Therefore, the actuation rate is slightly better than that of the human muscle.
The stockholders, notwithstanding this tax, would pay less taxes than they do now. what they would save by the extinction of the poor-rates, and the tax on houses and windows, and the commutation tax, would be considerably greater than what this tax, slow, but certain in its operation, amounts to.
My great-uncle mentioned the damage done to the justice-hall and the adjoining apartments; but the baron found fault with francis for not accommodating us with better lodgings, and he good-naturedly requested the old gentleman to order anything he might want to make his new room comfortable; for it was much less satisfactory in this respect than that which he had usually occupied.