Correct spelling for COSOLATION

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Possible correct spellings for cosolation

  • Collation
  • Your lordships will naturally suppose that he made all the orders of mahometan and hindoo princes to pass in strict review before him; that he had considered their age, authority, dignity, the goodness of their manners; and upon the collation of all these circumstances had chosen a person fit to be a regent to guard the nabob's minority from all rapacity whatever, and fit to instruct him in everything.

  • Solution
  • Experiment 103.-to a solution of 2 g.

  • Coagulation
  • As it occurred on many former trials, there was no coagulation by heat; a slight sediment fell, after boiling some minutes.

  • Coalition
  • Viewing things in this light, i have frequently sunk into a degree of despondency and dejection hardly to be described; yet out of the profoundest depths of this despair, an impulse which i have in vain endeavored to resist has urged me to raise one feeble cry against this unfortunate coalition which is formed at home, in order to make a coalition with france, subversive of the whole ancient order of the world.

  • Desolation
  • The huge desolation of the marshes stretched away to the horizon and the border of the desert.

  • Correlation
  • Unless the nerve-elements of the retina, of the optic nerve, of the brain, of the spinal chord, and of the nerves of the arms went through certain physical changes in due order and correlation, the various states of consciousness which have been enumerated would not make their appearance.

  • Copulation
  • Also, sperm samples were often taken from males at different times throughout the season of activity, and cloacal samples from females occasionally were checked for sperm as evidence of recent copulation.

  • Isolation
  • Secure in her isolation, she unbuttoned the neck of her gown for air, and did not put up the strand of black hair that had escaped over her shoulder.

  • Consolation
  • Her chief consolation was that if she married him, her friend barras would help to gain for buonaparte the command of the army of italy.