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Correct spelling for ATENDANT
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Possible correct spellings for atendant
- Andante(Definition of andante)
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Attending(Definition of attending)
- Attendance(Definition of attendance)
) (1813, fragment; also appears as "andante in c major") d 89, five minuets with six trios, five german dances with seven trios and one coda for string quartet (1813, 2 versions of minuet no.
The elementary group is the family, connected by common subjection to the highest male ascendant.
Azoturia is common in the country where feed is abundant and wrong methods of feeding horses are commonly practised.
The attendant was besieged by questions, but he was sitting on the step of the car, in the shadow of a policeman, with his head buried in his hands, and he did not once look up.
"i fear there is little chance of my attending, but i will not absolutely decline.
Later on they might be intrusted with the guarding of the city, should there be a parthian war; and he required the attendance of the alexandrian garrison.
That was a last trace of the blood of the young tribune, which the attendants had been unable to remove.