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Correct spelling for ATICAPATION
We think the word aticapation is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for aticapation
- Adoption(Definition of adoption)
- Articulation(Definition of articulation)
- Education(Definition of education)
- Occupation(Definition of occupation)
- Addiction(Definition of addiction)
It may, however, be traced back to the early settlement of our prairie countries, where it was impossible to obtain heavy timber and skillful mechanics, and the fact is patent to any one who has passed through the pleasures and the vicissitudes of the life of a pioneer, that his own necessities have indicated the adoption of some principle in construction, that, with the materials he has at hand, shall fulfill all the necessary conditions of comfort, strength and protection.
For the recording, clapton developed an arrangement using lyrics from both songs with an adaption of the guitar line from the latter.
One thought more in connection with articulation.
I feel how sadly my education has been neglected.
A. "1885." q. "what is your occupation?"
in addition, purdue pharma, the manufacturer of oxycontin, trained its sales representatives to say that the risk of addiction among patients using the drug was less than 1 percent, citing porter and jicks letter as one of their sources.