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Correct spelling for ASSICAIATION

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  • Addiction
  • Illicit drugs: key growing areas in vietnam cultivated 3,150 hectares of poppy in 1996, producing 25 tons of opium; opium producer and increasingly important transit point for southeast asian heroin destined for the us and europe; growing opium addiction; possible small-scale heroin production

  • Assertion
  • This remark, far from being a question, was accompanied with all the physiognomical evidences of an assertion.

  • Desiccation
  • In all probability in advanced cases of decomposition, desiccation, and maceration it may not be possible to secure inked impressions which can be properly classified.

  • Osculation
  • Oscillation
  • Ossification
  • Association
  • At charleroi, where they arrived on the 22d, they enjoyed christian association of the most interesting kind, especially with pastors poinsot and jaccard, and with marzial, who followed them from brussels.

  • Accusation
  • The parliament, to give a little semblance of justice to the king's accusation, sat in judgment upon the memory of the noble coligni.

  • Assignation
  • Price of woman $2, price of room $2. the following prostitutes are among those who frequent and use this hotel for immoral purposes: may 25, 1912, anna x 234. may 28, 1912, sarah x 235. may 31, 1912, louise x 236. june 6, 1912, may x 237. reports from other sources: august 19, 1912. notorious assignation hotel.

  • Escalation
  • Avocation
  • I have often thought how interesting it is that a man may work all the days of his life at his profession or vocation, and some avocation, like verse-making, may carry his name down to posterity; like izaak walton, who had an insurance business in london, but is remembered now only as a fisherman.

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