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Correct spelling for DEIVATION

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  • Derivation(Definition of derivation)
  • See alms bason 10 belfry 33 benedic, anima mea 33 benedicite 33 benediction 34 benedictus 35 betrothal 35 bible, the english 35 bible reading church 166, 238 bidding prayer 36 biretta 36 birthday of the church 275 bishop 36 bishop's charge 37 bishop coadjutor 38 bishop consecrated by not less than three bishops 16 bishop, derivation of the word 36 bishop, election of 38 bishop, missionary 39 bishop, the presiding.

  • Deviation(Definition of deviation)
  • Without conscious deviation from the teaching of his master, he reproduces the calm unimpassioned doctrines of epicurus, in a new type,-earnest, austere, and ennobled; enforcing them not for the sake of ease or for the love of pleasure, but in the cause of truth and human dignity.

  • Deflation(Definition of deflation)
  • The continuing credit paralysis has operated to accentuate the deflation and liquidation of commodities, real estate, and securities below any reasonable basis of values.

  • Dilation(Definition of dilation)
  • She was far more composed than he, yet there was a sparkling brilliancy in her brown eyes which told of feelings strongly controlled; her eyelids were well parted, and there was a shade of quickening in the dilation of her nostrils as she breathed.

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • Headquarters of district and division.

  • Devotion(Definition of devotion)
  • That he has sometimes been swayed by partisan rather than statesmanlike considerations is highly probable, but even that can but prove his zeal and devotion to party principles.

  • Deviations
  • This preface, prepared by elector frederick and the wittenberg crypto-calvinist cracow, also asserted that hitherto no doctrinal corruptions or deviations from the augsburg confession had been tolerated among the lutherans.

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