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Correct spelling for APPLAICTION
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Possible correct spellings for applaiction
- Appalachian(Definition of appalachian)
- Appellation(Definition of appellation)
- Application(Definition of application)
- Implication(Definition of implication)
- Replication(Definition of replication)
- Affliction(Definition of affliction)
- Duplication(Definition of duplication)
- Supplication(Definition of supplication)
The sort of lawlessness that has given the appalachian mountaineer his wild name is one that the outer world understands as little as the hillsman understands the outer world, and the appeal which the organization made was a warped and distorted sense of justice, none the less sincere.
This promenade may then be said to deserve the appellation of elysian fields, from the number of handsome women who resort hither.
Truth is the summit of being: justice is the application of it to affairs.
And the title which mr. hutton gives to his paper clearly asserts, by implication, that i recognize no "parentage for morals" beyond that of the accumulation and organization of the effects of experience.
It is difficult in affliction to think of one who belongs to us as one to whom we owe a duty.
If this duplication be necessary under such conditions, it must be imperative on us to select those sow pigs which are intended for breeding pigs which possess a well-formed udder, having a full supply of teats, and these of good shape and properly placed on the belly of the sow. not only is this necessary to ensure the rearing of a fairly numerous litter of pigs in a satisfactory manner, but it is held that the number of teats possessed by a sow indicates to a remarkable extent the probable degree of prolificacy of the sow. one can readily understand that nature would not be likely to endow a sow with the power to produce a larger number of young at each birth than she would be able to rear.
Within the nine months of 1898 that followed that decision, there were at least four applications for injunctions against alleged unreasonable rates, and in three of these cases the applications were granted.