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Possible correct spellings for agnda

  • End(Definition of end)
  • Agent(Definition of agent)
  • When my father married in 1815 he showed he was making 600 pounds a year, with 2,000 pounds book debts, as a writer or attorney and as agent for a bank.

  • Ugandan(Definition of ugandan)
  • Gonad(Definition of gonad)
  • Anode(Definition of anode)
  • A flat sheet beam is deflected across the anode which is partially covered by a parabolically stenciled screen "grid" that acts as the tubes output.

  • Organdy(Definition of organdy)
  • Kannada(Definition of kannada)
  • Agenda(Definition of agenda)
  • Next the first item of the agenda was read: "the preparatory committee would suggest that the working men's union 'star of the north' should express the dissatisfaction which every right-thinking citizen must feel in regard to the unlawful movements which under the name of strikes are spreading nearly all over europe."

  • Canad
  • India(Definition of india)
  • Canada(Definition of canada)
  • Aging(Definition of aging)
  • One of the most noted traits of cabernet sauvignon is its affinity for oak, either during fermentation or in barrel aging.

  • Candy(Definition of candy)
  • Kinda
  • Gander(Definition of gander)
  • Agnew
  • Agnew looked questioningly at enoch, who shook his head.

  • Amanda
  • In the kitchen debby and amanda were deep in the mysteries of "pinoche" under the tutelage of lisa and gertrudis; while sarah, safe inside her own little sanctum, sat and drew threads rapturously, and later, coached by the delighted benita, wove them into endless spider-webs.

  • Kaunda
  • Uganda
  • Argent(Definition of argent)
  • The red hand of ulster (sinister (left) hand version), as used by baronets (other than those of nova scotia) as a heraldic badge arms of nova scotia: argent, a saltire azure an inescutcheon of the royal arms of scotland, as used by baronets of nova scotia as a heraldic badge coat of arms of the agnew baronets (1629) with the badge of a baronet of nova scotia (coat of arms of nova scotia) in chief coat of arms of the agnew baronets (1895) with the badge of a baronet of the united kingdom (red hand of ulster) in canton a baronets medal ribbon

  • Egad
  • Agendas
  • The paper demonstrates the importance of business acumen in leadership-development approaches and contends that business acumen will have an increasing impact on leadership development and hr agendas.

  • Agnes
  • I think it's my duty," said miss charity, sitting up very stiffly, as she did when she spoke of duty; and when once the notion of a special duty got into her head, her inflexibility, as tom sedley and her sister agnes knew, was terrifying.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • He uncovered a brightly lighted ant-hill.

  • Anita
  • The conference ended only when anita produced a box containing the child's body.

  • Agony(Definition of agony)
  • The agony was beginning to master him.

  • Agni
  • In cases where a religious ceremony is present, a brahmin (hindu priest) arranges a sacred yajna (fire-sacrifice), and the sacred fire (agni) is considered the prime witness (sākshī) of the marriage.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • 15. 132. arnold's sohrab and rustum, etc.

  • Ind
  • Andy
  • Andy made the counter move in triumphant haste.

  • Aged(Definition of aged)
  • It is true that he is middle-aged, but he has not a ray of romance in him.

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