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Correct spelling for CONSISTANE
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Possible correct spellings for consistane
- Consistence(Definition of consistence)
- Consistency(Definition of consistency)
- Consist(Definition of consist)
- Consistent(Definition of consistent)
Spleen enlarged about one-third; consistence normal.
And how does mr. holyoake save his consistency?
This commission met first in buenos aires in april 1916, and decided to create a central executive council to consist of three members, namely the chairman, vice-chairman and secretary of the section representing whatever country should be at the time the headquarters of the high commission.
William wetherell had literary aspirations, and sat from morning till night behind the counter, reading and dreaming: dreaming that he was to be an irving or a walter scott, and yet the sum total of his works in after years consisted of some letters to the newcastle guardian, and a beginning of the town history of coniston!
The mathematics are described as consisting of-first, number, or arithmetic; secondly, the theory of dependent quantities, subdivided into dependence by cause and effect, and dependence by simultaneous variations; thirdly, "independent quantities or unconnected events, which is the theory of probabilities."
And as the precedent set in the case of the princess louise has been generally approved, it is probable that in similar circumstances it may be followed, and that such occasional relaxation of the act of 1772 will be regarded as justified by and consistent with the requirements of public policy as well as by the laws of nature.
The calyx consists of five very narrow strips of green wax, placed neatly and regularly at the back of the flower.