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Correct spelling for CONTACK

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Possible correct spellings for contack

  • Conic
  • Show that the lines joining the two points where the lines meet the conic again all pass through a fixed point.

  • Sontag
  • Candace
  • They all spoke kindly to candace, they all kissed her, but she felt much less at ease with them than with their mother, whose peculiarly charming manner seemed to invite confidence from everybody.

  • Contact
  • Can't
  • If people can't "realise" let them come near the guns.

  • Cont
  • Conk
  • The idaho aquarium has since been taken over by a new director and new board members, in response to legal problems and controversies involving ammon covino and his co-founder, chris conk.

  • Contort
  • Contain
  • Cottage
  • Conduce
  • And whereas i have sought to make them my enemies, because i believed that war with them would conduce to my power and glory, thou hast every inducement to make friends of them, because their alliance will bring thee advantages and security.

  • Coptic
  • Cantata
  • As we were leaving by train the following morning we met a dear old musician who had taken part in the chorus of the cantata.

  • Contuse
  • Montage
  • Cant
  • The cant phrase is only too well known-"lots more where that came from".

  • County
  • Count
  • Concur
  • Both history and reasoning, of the character already outlined in these papers, concur in telling us that control of the sea is exercised by vessels individually very large for their day, concentrated into bodies called fleets, stationed at such central points as the emergency demands.

  • Conga
  • For example, the conga line was a recurring theme in warner bros.

  • Contd
  • Contour
  • Cong
  • Union ch., 220.41; piedmont ch., 103.03; old south cong.

  • Kentucky
  • Conj
  • Many categorial grammars include a typical conjunction rule, of the general form x conj x → x, where x is a category.

  • Connect
  • Others connect from u.s.a., england, canada, germany, france, south africa, and scandinavia.

  • Conduct
  • His whole conduct, so far as i know it, shows it; and i should like a chance to argue the case in court.

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