Correct spelling for DESCULATION

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Possible correct spellings for desculation

  • Deregulation
  • Since bus deregulation in 1986, the actual bus service for particular schemes is currently operated by one or more private bus operators, or stand-alone companies, with the contract to operate the bus service being put out to commercial tender.

  • Circulation(Definition of circulation)
  • The funds have risen, and a hundred millions at least will be in circulation in the course of the next week.

  • Deescalation
  • A 2003 longitudinal, four-year evaluation by e w gondolf, covering four cities, shows clear deescalation of reassault and other abuse, with 80% of men reaching sustained non-violence.

  • Osculation(Definition of osculation)
  • Despoliation(Definition of despoliation)
  • The art of normandy was already under heavy anglo-saxon influence, but the period was one of massive despoliation of the churches by the small new ruling class, who had almost entirely dispossessed the old anglo-saxon elite.

  • Desolation(Definition of desolation)
  • 5-17; and, in contrast to her desolation, is the blessedness of israel, returning to her own land across the blossoming wilderness with exceeding joy.

  • Escalation
  • In march 2011, haq, al wafa and bahrain freedom movement formed a "coalition for a [bahraini] republic", calling for the downfall of the current regime by escalation of peaceful protests and the establishment of a democratic republic.

  • Desiccation(Definition of desiccation)
  • Among higher plants, tissue desiccation is rare at high altitudes.

  • Desecration(Definition of desecration)
  • Any change in the administration of it was regarded as a desecration; the suggestion of its complete discontinuance could, they thought, arise in no mind that was not fatally poisoned by infidelity.