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Correct spelling for ACOURDING
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Possible correct spellings for acourding
- According(Definition of according)
- Accounting(Definition of accounting)
- Carding(Definition of Carding)
- Acquiring(Definition of acquiring)
- Recording(Definition of recording)
- Courting(Definition of courting)
- Cording(Definition of Cording)
- Accordion(Definition of accordion)
- Acting(Definition of acting)
- Accoutring(Definition of Accoutring)
According to them there is nothing certain and nothing fixed.
But, as far as i know, that is not the case; and the only method of accounting for this, must be by taking into consideration the very great distance, which, though it might not prevent european goods coming so far, as being so uncommon, might prevent the skins, which are a common article, from passing through more than two or three different tribes, who might use them for their own cloathing, and send others, which they esteemed less valuable, as being of their own animals, eastward, till they reach the traders from europe.
It will readily be admitted, that the portion of time occupied in the acquisition of any art will depend on the difficulty of its execution; and that the greater the number of distinct processes, the longer will be the time which the apprentice must employ in acquiring it.
Attempts will also be made to suspend the acknowledgment of our independence, on the condition of our acceding to certain terms of treaty.
I remember particularly a legend of a man cook, who was said to have walked into the sitting-room of the station where the master was practising tunes on an accordion, and exclaimed, now, look here, boss, if you don't leave off that there noise, which perwents me gettin' a wink o' sleep, i'll clear out o' this, sharp, to-morrow mornin'.
It was handed over to me by the post-office, as the lawyer acting for the relatives.