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Correct spelling for CONCLUES
We think the word conclues 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 conclues
- Conclave(Definition of conclave)
- Conclude(Definition of conclude)
- Congolese(Definition of congolese)
- Concourse(Definition of concourse)
- Convulse(Definition of convulse)
- Concuss(Definition of concuss)
It was in fact an excessively amusing little warfare, with its marches and countermarches and stratagems,-all of which were keenly enjoyed by the dumays, the latournelles, gobenheim, and butscha, who, in conclave assembled, said horrible things of these noble personages, cruelly noting and intelligently studying all their little meannesses.
I don't know that i shall like it there in the winter if i conclude to-did your-did mrs. pasmer tell you what my father wants me to do?"
By this time the poor baron, utterly staggered and bewildered in presence of such a concourse of ancient nobility, did not know on which leg to stand.
The "act" concludes: "and then and there proceed to elect five discreet freeholders, resident within said village, to be trustees thereof."
The concourses in the proposed ballpark were similar to those at pittsburghs pnc park, whereas they would have been enclosed and air conditioned and fronted with glass on the field side, allowing fans waiting for concessions to view the field.
Spain, for example, passed a bankruptcy law (ley concurs) in 2003 which provides for debt settlement plans that can result in a reduction of the debt (maximally half of the amount) or an extension of the payment period of maximally five years (gerhardt, 2009), but it does not foresee debt discharge.
They say there are more cockles down there than there are here now.