Correct spelling for ASSOCAIATION

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Possible correct spellings for assocaiation

  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • Attention or enthrallment has also been described as the allocation of limited cognitive processing resources.

  • Assertion(Definition of assertion)
  • But siptah protested that the hathors had revealed at sunrise the happiness in store for him, and that the choice of each single blossom proved his assertion.

  • Assignation(Definition of assignation)
  • Continuation of the last chapter-my first assignation with m. m. -letter from c. c. -my second meeting with the nun at my splendid casino in venice i am happy

  • Avocation(Definition of avocation)
  • One day galen, famous for his work at rome in the second century after christ, found a wandering healer pursuing his avocation in his front yard.

  • Evocation(Definition of evocation)
  • The little woman was looking past him, straight into an evocation of a vanished presence that was so real, so nearly tangible, that hugh was forced to lay violent hands upon his absurd impulse to glance over his shoulder "i wouldn't let him," she said, in a tone the young man had never heard before.

  • Accusation(Definition of accusation)
  • Your accusation is absurd.

  • Osculation(Definition of osculation)
  • Escalation
  • Elements of archetype escalation archetype system can be described using causal loop diagrams which may consist of balancing and reinforcing loops.

  • Association(Definition of association)
  • This is the object of the present work, which, though written by a unitarian, and from a unitarian stand-point, and though published by the american unitarian association, will, we trust, be sufficiently unsectarian.

  • Ossification(Definition of ossification)
  • Isolation(Definition of isolation)
  • Here was a different world, somber under its shadow of frugality, and breathing out the heavy atmosphere of isolation.