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Correct spelling for COMPLAYNING

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Possible correct spellings for complayning

  • Compelling(Definition of compelling)
  • He turned his lips instinctively to meet it, and suddenly it was as though a flame had kindled between them-hot, ardent, compelling.

  • Compiling
  • On the 14th of february he appeared before the commission and offered to show that the votes certified by the commissioners of election in the voting precincts of louisiana to the supervisors of registration, who were the officers legally appointed to receive the same, showed a majority varying from six to nine thousand for the tilden electors; that the returning board did not receive from any poll, voting place, or parish, and did not have before them, any statement, as required by law, of any riot, tumult, act of violence, intimidation, armed disturbance, bribery, or corrupt influence tending to prevent a free, fair, peaceable vote; that the supervisors of registration, without any such statements of violence or intimidation, omitted to include in the returns of election, or to make any mention of the same, votes amounting to a majority of 2267 against w. p. kellogg, one of the hayes electors; that the votes cast on the 7th of november, 1876, had never been compiled or canvassed; that the votes had never been opened by the governor in the presence of the other state officers required by law to be present, nor in the presence of any of them; that the law of louisiana required that both political parties should be represented on the returning board, but that all the members, four in number, were republicans, and that although there was one vacancy on the board they refused to fill it by choosing anybody; that the returning board employed as clerks and assistants four persons, whose names were given, all of whom were then under indictment for crime, to whom was committed the task of compiling and canvassing the returns, and that none but republicans were to be present; and that all the decisions of the returning board were made in secret session.

  • Complain(Definition of complain)
  • But i reckon i've no cause to complain.

  • Complainer(Definition of complainer)
  • Complaint(Definition of complaint)
  • Companion(Definition of companion)
  • "'to love, all things are possible,' returned the child; 'but to love only;' and her companion listened to all she said, with a full heart.

  • Complying(Definition of complying)
  • Complaining(Definition of complaining)
  • Complainant(Definition of complainant)
  • Well, continued the magistrate, the prisoner is entitled to counsel, and, besides, i am sure that the complainant, mr. brown, has no desire to be delayed here on christmas day.

  • Complains
  • Completing(Definition of completing)
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