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Correct spelling for DICCIONARY
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Possible correct spellings for diccionary
- Dioxin(Definition of dioxin)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
Further, an excellent group of coloring matters, giving fast browns and greens with copper and iron mordants respectively, is formed by naphthol green, resorcinol green, gambin, and dioxin.
Professor r. b. dixon has brought out a paper on maidu myths, and another, a great part of which is devoted to religion, on the northern maidu, both in the seventeenth volume of the bulletin of the american museum of natural history.
I shall never attempt to write a dictionary."
Common examples of non-radioactive carcinogens are inhaled asbestos, certain dioxins, and tobacco smoke.
And fresh cuttings from kindred substances, whether the fruits of the earth or herb of the field, which god planted to be our daily food, acquire all sorts of colours by their inter-mixture; but red is the most pervading of them, being created by the cutting action of fire and by the impression which it makes on a moist substance; and hence the liquid which circulates in the body has a colour such as we have described.
Mr. dickson urged him not to attempt it.