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Correct spelling for DEMOSTRATION

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Possible correct spellings for demostration

  • Desecration(Definition of desecration)
  • How else, in the few brief hours of a midsummer night, could such a monstrous desecration have been accomplished by a troop which, according to all accounts, was not more than one hundred in number.

  • Demodulation
  • Many natural substances exhibit this rectification behaviour, which is why it was the earliest modulation and demodulation technique used in radio.

  • Destination(Definition of destination)
  • We then got under weigh, having informed the kirangozi that urimba was our destination, and bidding him keep as closely as possible to the lake shore, where it was practicable, but if not, to make the best he could of it.

  • Demonstration(Definition of demonstration)
  • With this feeling she went over to where he was sitting and put her hand on his shoulder, and as he glanced up in surprise at this unexpected demonstration, she said impulsively:- "john, please, john!

  • Prostration(Definition of prostration)
  • Now little chain batteries, that can be carried in the waistcoat pockets, produce powerful shocks and cure grievous diseases, while tiny bands, which yet can decompose water in a test-tube, are worn by thousands as a protection against intense suffering and utter prostration.

  • Destruction(Definition of destruction)
  • But the effect of their destruction on the federal operations was for the time being overwhelming.

  • Desperation(Definition of desperation)
  • Till then she had gone blindly forward, taking in desperation the only course that seemed to offer her escape from a position that had become wholly intolerable.

  • Devastation(Definition of devastation)
  • Hermann heideck had become so thoroughly familiar in india with the horrors of war on land in their various forms, that he believed his nerves were completely proof against the horrible sight of death and devastation.

  • Distraction(Definition of distraction)
  • It was a welcome distraction, and gertrude was soon herself again.

  • Demonstrations
  • Some venetian galleys happened to enter the harbour as the fleet was preparing to weigh, and they joined in the salutes and demonstrations which signalled the departure.

  • Moderation(Definition of moderation)
  • There i urged non-resistance; i pleaded moderation and patience.

  • Domestication(Definition of domestication)
  • M. frederic cuvier, in his admirable essay on the "domestication of animals," writes as follows, concerning an elephant in the menagerie of the jardin des plantes.

  • Fenestration(Definition of fenestration)
  • Architectural historian henry-russell hitchcock described city hall as "one of richardson's most romanesque designs" and the building's nrhp nomination added: "albany city hall's banded arches, rhythmic fenestration, bold expression of materials and corner placement of the tower are characteristic features of richardsons work often to be repeated by his followers.

  • Demonstrating
  • Many of the entries are exceedingly curious, as demonstrating the energy with which old manuscripts were traced, discovered, and purchased, and the tact and discretion employed, in order to induce their owners to part with them.

  • Detestation(Definition of detestation)
  • She came to discover it as an odd thing that, while commonly she was entirely indifferent to men, always after a saturday meeting with laetitia's harry she had for quite a day or two an active detestation of them.

  • Restoration(Definition of restoration)
  • Stephen gardiner, bishop of winchester, became the chief instrument of the restoration of the catholic faith under mary.

  • Registration(Definition of registration)
  • And there is no help for it, for such is the natural law of retribution which no "understanding" and "grandfather clauses" and registration boards, however adroitly devised, can in the long run possibly evade or nullify.

  • Menstruation(Definition of menstruation)
  • If the last menstruation, for example, began on october 30th, we count back three months to july 30th and add seven days, which gives august 6th as the probable date of confinement.

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