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Correct spelling for CONUCT
We think the word conuct 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 conuct
- Coconut(Definition of coconut)
- County(Definition of county)
- Concur(Definition of concur)
- Conics(Definition of Conics)
- Conduct(Definition of conduct)
- Connect(Definition of connect)
- Conic(Definition of conic)
- Count(Definition of count)
- Contact(Definition of contact)
- Concoct(Definition of concoct)
- Conductor(Definition of conductor)
- Convict(Definition of convict)
- Conduit(Definition of conduit)
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Through four points two, one, or no conics may be drawn which touch any given line, according as the involution determined by the given four-point on the line has real, coincident or imaginary foci.
"that's brave, anyhow," said owen, with a bitter mockery, for his own danger, at the moment, could not repress his contempt for the savage conduct of the other.
5. dualize problems 3 and 4. 6. given four points on the conic, and the tangent at one of them, draw the polar of a given point without drawing the conic.
By this process the number for consideration was reduced to about sixty; and from these the committee proceeded to concoct a design, which pleased nobody-themselves least of all. however, the plan, such as it was, was decided upon, and advertisements were issued for tenders for its construction.
The conductor is halfway up the car.
This conduit wound around a good deal; it would take a hundred winding feet to cover thirty straightaway.