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  • Alienation(Definition of alienation)
  • Mrs. grant and cornelia millar were cousins, and had once been the closest of friends, but that was years ago, before some spiteful reports and ill-natured gossip had come between them, making only a little rift at first that soon widened into a chasm of coldness and alienation.

  • Addiction(Definition of addiction)
  • But how this was to be accomplished it is as difficult for us as it must have been to johann himself to imagine; for, so far from the family circumstances having improved, the poverty was even more acute than before, and such further efforts as the father may have been induced to make to increase their comforts were negatived by his growing addiction to drink-a fact which must of itself have caused a further reduction in their resources.

  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • Were the tone of commercial enterprise healthy, and kept within due bounds, there would be nothing of this; neither should we hear, as we do every day, of shares which, immediately after their allocation, attain an enormous premium, and, after having fluctuated for a week or two, subside to something like their real value.

  • Affliction(Definition of affliction)
  • This notice is succeeded almost immediately by the record of elizabeth rowntree's sudden decease:- on the 25th of the eleventh month, we were introduced into deep affliction by the sudden removal of our precious elder, e. rowntree.

  • Location(Definition of location)
  • The intelligence are a corps of detectives and have to estimate the strength, the location, and the composition of the enemy's forces.

  • Application(Definition of application)
  • I live in dread of the possible effect on you and kate of the account of his education by his father-the principles right, the application so wofully wrong.

  • Allegation(Definition of allegation)
  • Therefore the facts of history necessarily pushed them up to make implied, and often explicit, allegation that whole communities of resolute, wide-awake, energetic people, were possessors of external senses which were pitifully and superlatively deludible-possessors of enormous general credulity-of perceptions and judgments woefully warped and benighted in matters generally, excepting only a few of their girls and old women, who manifested cunning and deviltry supreme in making high sport out of the weaknesses of their elders and betters.

  • Collocation(Definition of collocation)
  • It was a singular collocation or coincidence of circumstances, and painful as singular.

  • Echolocation(Definition of echolocation)
  • Allen’s big-eared bat (idionycteris phyllotis) is the only species in north america known to emit long, constant frequency-frequency modulated echolocation calls.

  • Allocations
  • As free labour was rare and expensive in the colony at that period, the requests for such allocations of forced labour were greatly in excess of the number of workmen so available.

  • Ligation(Definition of ligation)
  • In the oligonucleotide ligase assay, two probes are designed; an allele-specific probe which hybridizes to the target dna so that its 3' base is situated directly over the snp nucleotide and a second probe that hybridizes the template upstream (downstream in the complementary strand) of the snp polymorphic site providing a 5 end for the ligation reaction.

  • Election(Definition of election)
  • The general election of 1754 seemed to offer him a tempting opportunity of entering parliament.

  • Elocution(Definition of elocution)
  • All his studies were made subservient to the art of speaking, and the course of instruction descended into the most minute details which could improve him in his action or elocution.

  • Relocation(Definition of relocation)
  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • He has been devoted to photography in which avocation he has been most successful.

  • Placation
  • Obligation(Definition of obligation)
  • This is one more obligation that we owe to you."

  • Evocation(Definition of evocation)
  • A minute after he changed his posture, and began turning round, while making an evocation.

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