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Possible correct spellings for artitectual

  • Actual(Definition of actual)
  • There was immense increase in actual knowledge and in the power of his reflection on that knowledge, as the years went by.

  • Attitudinal(Definition of Attitudinal)
  • Vested interest (crano, 1983; crano & prislin, 1995; sivacek & crano, 1982) is a communication theory that seeks to explain how certain hedonically relevant (miller & averbeck, 2013) attitudinal dimensions can influence and consistently predict behavior based on the degree of subjective investment an individual has in a particular attitude object.

  • Architectural(Definition of architectural)
  • In another moment they had passed a policeman of gigantic size, "monstrum horrendum, informe, ingens," who watches and wards the folding-doors through which so much human learning, wretchedness, and worry pass day by day, and were standing in the long, but narrow and ill-proportioned hall which appears to have been the best thing that the architectural talent of the nineteenth century was capable of producing.

  • Artifacts
  • We were here ostensibly as a scientific expedition, and had permission from the republic of east asia to do some work on celebese man, following up the discoveries by rance of bones and artifacts on that east indian island in 1961. we had another reason for coming at this particular time, although this was not mentioned to the authorities.

  • Architecturally
  • Although lastingham is not on the road to helmsley, the few additional miles will scarcely be counted when we are on our way to a church which, besides being architecturally one of the most interesting in the county, is perhaps unique in having at one time had a curate whose wife kept a public-house adjoining the church.

  • Artifact(Definition of artifact)
  • Captain kidd's cannon, an artifact from the shipwreck, was added to a permanent exhibit at the childrens museum of indianapolis in 2011.

  • Articulate(Definition of articulate)
  • She was just able to articulate the next words: "'cover my face again.

  • Intellectual(Definition of intellectual)
  • Architects
  • The architects of the church were fra giovanni of florence, and fra ristoro of campi, lay brethren of the order, who had restored the ponte alia carraia, and that of s. trinita, after their destruction by the flood of october 1264. the greater part of the land covered by the church and convent was given to the friars by the heirs of m. jacopo, de' tornaquinci knight.

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  • Effectual(Definition of effectual)
  • Architect(Definition of architect)
  • He is an architect.

  • Architecture(Definition of architecture)
  • It looked smaller still within than without, but its rude architecture had something religious as well as rustic about it, and the simple singing of the morning hymn by the school children seemed in accordance with it.

  • Ineffectual(Definition of ineffectual)
  • Articular(Definition of articular)
  • In whatever condition the two vessels may be found, there will always be seen ramifying around the ankle-joint, articular branches, which anastomose freely with each other and with those of the anterior tibial.

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