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Correct spelling for ACTIONN
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Possible correct spellings for actionn
- Action(Definition of action)
- Acting(Definition of acting)
- Faction(Definition of faction)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Cation(Definition of cation)
What he thought of such an action of such a man?
The affirmation that we are "free" rests, as spinoza said, ultimately on the fact that all men know their actions and but few know the causes thereof.
I'm simply acting as if i were one.
There is, besides, with regard to sir samuel romilly, a most suspicious circumstance; and that is, that his leading partisans all belong to that corrupt faction, which has been designated under the name of whigs, and which faction is, if possible, more hostile to reform than the followers of pitt and perceval themselves.
Upon this, a number of our minute-men belonging to this town, and acton, and lincoln, with several others that were in readiness, marched out to meet them; while the alarm company was preparing to receive them in the town.
Ellen and her mother were put up at auction, when a kindly looking old frenchman bought the mother.
We have seen, in the preceding chapters, that the anglo-indian government controls absolutely the production of opium in india, prepares the drug for the market in government-owned and government-operated factories, and sells it at monthly auctions.
Other studies on the stability of the 2-norbornyl cation have shown that the alkyl substitutions at carbon 1 or 2 force the system to be decidedly classical.