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Correct spelling for CONSATUTIONAL

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  • Conditional(Definition of conditional)
  • Another method, as we know, frequently adopted by the greeks was the use of the conditional moods: and as sentiments of this kind always imply some degree of intellectual refinement, and strengthen with its increase, this is called an attic usage.

  • Constructional(Definition of Constructional)
  • Very little space is given to mere descriptions of different types of machine tools, the principal purpose being to explain the use of the machine and the practical problems connected with its operation, rather than the constructional details.

  • Conceptional(Definition of conceptional)
  • Totemism, early theoricians of, 88 ff.; australia as classic land of, 93 f.; importance of american, 96 f.; as most elementary religion, 88, 167; former universality of, unimportant, 95; religious nature of, unquestionable, 167; not animal-worship, 139, 170 f., nor nature-cult, 171 f.; contains all the elements of the religious life, 415; conceptional totemism, inadequacies of, 180 ff.

  • Constitutionally(Definition of constitutionally)
  • We cannot but rejoice that the principles for which we contended, and which are constitutionally established in united america, are irresistibly spreading themselves through two mighty nations in europe.

  • Gestational(Definition of gestational)
  • The corpus luteum of oviparous reptiles seems to be closely associated with the intrauterine life of the eggs and, in viviparous reptiles, it may be an important factor in maintaining optimum gestational environment; however, its functions in all reptiles are poorly understood (miller, 1948:200-201).

  • Constitution(Definition of constitution)
  • Edgecombe lived through just such another experience; though, to be sure, he was a man of iron constitution, while they were far more delicate, as a matter of course.

  • Constitutionals
  • Some of the passengers made their appearance on deck, and tried to take constitutionals, pacing fore and aft the raised quarter-deck, but soon gave the attempt up as hopeless, and went below to amuse themselves with books or chess, cards or conversation.

  • Constitutional(Definition of constitutional)
  • He might have had friends by the score, had it not been for his deep constitutional reserve-due partly to diffidence and partly to an immense hidden conceit.

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