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Correct spelling for CLICS
We think the word clics 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 clics
- Calico(Definition of calico)
- Click(Definition of click)
- Colic(Definition of colic)
- Calicoes(Definition of Calicoes)
"the general can bet what he likes, but we priests, clerics-" "bah!"
She was still absorbed in this occupation, when the church-clocks of the neighbourhood struck the hour-the hour that warned her to stay no longer.
The way the positive and negative voltages of the oscillations which are set up by the incoming waves, energize the grid; how the oscillator tube clips off the negative parts of them, and, finally, how these carry the battery current through the tube are shown graphically by the curves at d. how the vacuum tube acts as an amplifier.
We soon gave the man confidence by presenting him with an axe, some calico and beads, and a small looking-glass, which was held in front of him.
I listened when those fellows went back, and i heard no click, as though they had locked the door behind them.
When i asked for some parting medical instructions, he replied: "feed a cowld and hunger a colic and put nae faith in doctors."
"now, then," said mr. hadley, laying the yard-stick upon the calicoes; "yes, as i thought, seven-eighths; too narrow-sorry."