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Correct spelling for CUNSTRUSTION

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  • Constriction(Definition of constriction)
  • Ligature thread or wire for constriction of blood vessels or for removing tumors by strangulation.

  • Constrictions
  • Figure t differs from the ordinary flute paho in having five constrictions in the upper part, and in being continued into a very long shank.

  • Construction(Definition of construction)
  • Michaud, a young sardinian engineer, pointed out several serious defects in their construction.

  • Castration(Definition of castration)
  • Spaying is much more rarely performed than castration.

  • Constructional(Definition of Constructional)
  • There is a good deal of architecture in the world which is in fact of this kind-an ornamental screen unconnected with the constructional arrangement of the building.

  • Consternation(Definition of consternation)
  • "you've overlooked a young gentleman called jack o' judgment," said the colonel, and enjoyed the look of consternation which came to the other's face.

  • Constructions
  • The commonest, and therefore most important, are discussed in the notes and illustrated by appropriate references to the grammars in common use and by the tables of constructions on pages xvi to xxvi.

  • Contrition(Definition of contrition)
  • Her feeling was, that she forgave the wrinkled malignity: pity and contrition dissolving in the effort to produce the placable forgiveness.

  • Reconstruction(Definition of reconstruction)
  • That form is even now but slightly veiled in the grouped arrangement into which the venerable historian has, with little reconstruction but considerable skill, cast his materials.

  • Constructing
  • As a lad he was intensely interested in mechanics, and we can imagine him constructing all manner of models, and enquiring the why and the wherefore of every mechanical toy with which he came into contact.

  • Instruction(Definition of instruction)
  • I used to go to the parents and tell them not to let their children go out into the world without instruction in the dangers and temptations they were going to be thrown into.

  • Constitution(Definition of constitution)
  • "his father was here afore him," mrs. macfadyen used to explain; "atween them they've hed the countyside for weel on tae a century; if maclure disna understand oor constitution, wha dis, a' wud like tae ask?"

  • Deconstruction(Definition of deconstruction)
  • Books showing deconstruction in action or defining it more completely include différance, speech and phenomena, and writing and difference.

  • Menstruation(Definition of menstruation)
  • Occasionally patients know the precise day upon which conception took place, and prefer to estimate the day of confinement from that rather than from the beginning of the last menstruation.

  • Contraction(Definition of contraction)
  • Langwieser asserts that one always has the sensation that the event occurred a long time ago, and dr. karl neuhoff finds that his sensation is accompanied with unrest and contraction.

  • Contraption(Definition of contraption)
  • "i see a boy pushing a wheeled contraption and three girls playing with a skip rope," frobisher said.

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