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Correct spelling for COORIDINATION
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Possible correct spellings for cooridination
- Continuation(Definition of continuation)
- Graduation(Definition of graduation)
- Coordination(Definition of coordination)
- Coronation(Definition of coronation)
- Gradation(Definition of gradation)
- Contention(Definition of contention)
I had indeed been foolish to suppose that a system which provided for the continuation of a grain of sand should overlook the spirit of man.
Since graduation day, and the school-committeeman's speech, and half a column about me in the paper, his ambition had soared even higher.
The story of this movement is not only interesting because it represents a coordination of social effort for the relief of suffering humanity, but also because it represents the provision of opportunities for the study of disease and the skilled care of the ailing such as can come in no other way. those who are familiar with the history of medicine, and especially of surgery, know that a great period of progress in these departments came during the thirteenth century.
They were, therefore, solemnly abolished by statute; and no relic of the ancient tenures in chivalry was allowed to remain except those honorary services which are still, at a coronation, rendered to the person of the sovereign by some lords of manors.
Lady chatterton never having implanted any of her favorite systems in her daughter, so much by precept as by the force of example in her own person, as well as by indirect eulogiums on certain people who were endowed with those qualities and blessings she most admired, on the present occasion catherine did not unburden herself in terms to her mother; but by a regular gradation of complaints, aimed more at the world than at her husband, she soon let the knowing dowager see their application, and in the end completely removed the veil from her domestic grievances.
We are absolutely to enter on a contention with rivals?