Correct spelling for ASSIOTION

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Possible correct spellings for assiotion

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • He lost no time in going into action.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • I wrote to him that his arrival was welcome, and that i was prepared to go to the court and had sold all i possessed by auction; and that with respect to the immunities he should not be hasty, for both that matter and the government i would hand over to him immediately as smooth as my palm.

  • Emotion(Definition of emotion)
  • Presently conquering her emotion, betty turned her gaze on the bed.

  • Edition(Definition of edition)
  • A second edition did not appear until 1497. an abridged translation into spanish was finally produced in 1511, and no further spanish editions appeared until the 20th century.

  • Aviation(Definition of aviation)
  • T. t., great service in aviation, 283 crenshaw, capt.

  • Addition(Definition of addition)
  • He read five other books on 'crime and its causes' in addition to those you named.

  • Satiation(Definition of satiation)
  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • To others, especially to women whom he liked, he was considerate and courteous, but any assertion of social superiority aroused his wakeful independence.

  • Association(Definition of association)
  • Miss ingate was a guardian of the poor, and the local representative of the soldiers' and sailors' families association.

  • Abortion(Definition of abortion)
  • It is the failure to do this which leaves so painful a sense of abortion on the mind, after listening to most modern utterances on the question, whether made from the emotional platform of the moral reformer, or the intellectual platform of the would-be scientist.

  • Apportion(Definition of apportion)
  • Be it enacted by the authority of this present parliament, that the churchwardens of every parish, and four, three or two substantial householders there as shall be thought meet, having respect to the apportion and greatness of the same parish or parishes, to be nominated yearly in easter week or within one month after easter, under the hand and seal of two or more justices of the peace in the same county, whereof one to be of the quorum, dwelling in or near the same parish or division where the same parish doth lie, shall be called overseers of the poor of the same parish: and they or the greater part of them shall take order from time to time, by and with the consent of two or more such justices of peace as is aforesaid, for setting to work of the children of all such whose parents shall not by the said churchwardens and overseers or the greater part of them be thought able to keep and maintain their children; and also for setting to work all such persons married or unmarried having no means to maintain them, [or] use no ordinary and daily trade of life to get their living by; and also to raise weekly or otherwise, by taxation of every inhabitant parson, vicar and other, and of every occupier of lands, houses, tithes impropriate or propriations of tythes, coal mines or saleable underwoods, in the said parish, in such competent sum and sums of money as they shall think fit, a convenient stock of flax, hemp, wool, thread, iron and other necessary ware and stuff to set the poor on work, and also competent sums of money for and towards the necessary relief of the lame, impotent, old, blind and such other among them being poor and not able to work, and also for the putting out of such children to be apprentices, to be gathered out of the same parish according to the ability of the same parish; and to do and execute all other things as well for the disposing of the said stock as otherwise concerning the premises as to them shall seem convenient: which said churchwardens and overseers so to be nominated, or such of them as shall not be let by sickness or other just excuse to be allowed by two such justices of peace or more as aforesaid, shall meet together at the least once every month in the church of the said parish, upon the sunday in the afternoon after divine service, there to consider of some good course to be taken and of some meet order to be set down in the premises, and shall within four days after the end of their year and after other overseers nominated as aforesaid, make and yield up to such two justices of peace as is aforesaid a true and perfect account of all sums of money by them received, or rated and assessed and not received, and also of such stock as shall be in their hands or in the hands of any of the poor to work, and of all other things concerning their said office; and such sum or sums of money as shall be in their hands shall pay and deliver over to the said churchwardens and overseers newly nominated and appointed as aforesaid; ...

  • Audition(Definition of audition)
  • An audition is a sample performance by an actor, singer, musician, dancer or other performer.