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Correct spelling for CONTATION

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  • Condition(Definition of condition)
  • I had now brought my state of life to be much easier than it was at first, and i learned to look more upon the bright side of my condition and less on the dark.

  • Confutation(Definition of confutation)
  • In the opinion of the lutherans, the final draft of the confutation, too, was a miserable makeshift.

  • Connotation(Definition of connotation)
  • Nor is anything wanting to render the third book of locke's essay a nearly unexceptionable treatise on the connotation of names, except to free its language from the assumption of what are called abstract ideas, which unfortunately is involved in the phraseology, although not necessarily connected with the thoughts, contained in that immortal third book.

  • Contain(Definition of contain)
  • Unst houses are generally built 28 feet by 12, and about 7 feet high and they contain two rooms.

  • Contortion(Definition of contortion)
  • Under the influence of darwinism the scientific attitude towards man has now become fairly common, and is to some people quite natural, though to most it is still a difficult and artificial intellectual contortion.

  • Cogitation(Definition of cogitation)
  • The lad gave a prolonged whistle, and was lost for a moment in cogitation.

  • Contusion(Definition of contusion)
  • "done it pretty well, too," he muttered as he gazed at the unprepossessing features of mr. gupperduck, now accentuated by a black eye, a broken lip, a contusion on the right cheek-bone, and one ear covered with blood.

  • Contention(Definition of contention)
  • To james connolly, their leader, the vaunted prosperity reached under the independent irish parliament was the prosperity of a class and not of the community, and he could point to the writings of arthur o'connor, ignored by orthodox sinn feiners, in proof of his contention.

  • Contagion(Definition of contagion)
  • The following account we have from dr. bernard ramizzini, concerning the contagion among the black cattle about padua, translated from acta erudit.

  • Notation(Definition of notation)
  • 35. the magico-religious notion of sanctity, of mana, appeared in the idea and notation of time.

  • Contrition(Definition of contrition)
  • They had penetrated the mists of alcohol, and stirred a belated contrition.

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