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Correct spelling for AUTOMNTIC
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Possible correct spellings for automntic
- Automatic(Definition of automatic)
- Autoimmunity(Definition of autoimmunity)
- Atlantic(Definition of atlantic)
- Idiomatic(Definition of idiomatic)
- Amniotic(Definition of amniotic)
Roy finished his food, brushed the crumbs from his tunic, and taking the bayonet which-with the automatic pistol captured from kemp-were the only weapons they had, walked off along the ledge.
More recently it has become accepted that autoimmune responses are an integral part of vertebrate immune systems (sometimes termed "natural autoimmunity"), normally prevented from causing disease by the phenomenon of immunological tolerance to self-antigens.
Dean began to feel his importance growing rapidly as he journeyed across the atlantic and around the principal cities of canada.
Every race has not only its peculiar proverbs, sayings, and catch-words, but also idiomatic phrases which constitute a characteristic chiaroscuro, if not colour.
The above considerations appear to me sufficient to establish my hypothesis with reference to the nature of the primitive streak, which has the merit of explaining, not only the structural peculiarities of the primitive streak, but also the otherwise inexplicable position of the embryo of the amniotic vertebrates in the centre of the blastoderm.