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Correct spelling for BATTLION
We think the word battlion 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 battlion
- Button(Definition of button)
- Battle(Definition of battle)
- Baton(Definition of baton)
- Barton(Definition of Barton)
Indeed, so highly developed was the italian intelligence service that the austrians were not able to transfer a battalion or change the position of a battery without the knowledge of general cadorna.
He motioned to harkaman to take his thumb off the button.
Perponcher, then, put a battalion and five guns in front of gemioncourt, another battalion inside the walls of the farm, four battalions and a mounted battery before the wood of bossu and the farm of pierrepont.
I never dared to think that you would love me, but you do; and it's such perfect bliss to know that, and to feel your arms round me, and to be able to say all i feel, instead of bottling it up in my heart as i have had to do all these months, that for my own sake i can't regret.
It is an amazing spectacle, this, one of the smallest of the states, battling with the largest of the giants!
With them i drank a bottle of wine or two, and to the office again, and there staid about business late, and then all of us to sir w. pen's, where we had, and my lady batten, mrs. martha, and my wife, and other company, a good supper, and sat playing at cards and talking till 12 at night, and so all to our lodgings.
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"such being the case," he concluded, "typewriting has an individuality like that of the bertillon system, finger-prints, or the portrait parle."
And if dinner is late to-night, you can thank sarah baton willis.
All right, agreed roger, but remember this is to be batting practice, and not a work-out for pitchers.
"it is strange the tricks which our brains will sometimes play us," said barton.