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Correct spelling for DICTON
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Possible correct spellings for dicton
- Triton(Definition of triton)
- Duct(Definition of duct)
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Doctor(Definition of doctor)
- Dictator(Definition of dictator)
- Deacon(Definition of deacon)
- Titan(Definition of titan)
- Dictation(Definition of dictation)
- Dicta(Definition of Dicta)
- Dictum(Definition of dictum)
- Danton(Definition of danton)
- Dieting(Definition of dieting)
Replacement of the damaged section of aorta with a sutureless vascular ring connector-reinforced dacron graft: the vascular ring connector is a titanic ring used as a stent in the vascular graft to achieve a quick, blood-sealed, and sutureless anastomosis.
Captain dickson was now doctor instead of grahame, and the latter was his patient.
Nothing could be more beautiful than was lucy dayton, after party dress, bracelets, curls, and flowers had all been adjusted.
They all worshipped that child, he wuz jest as pretty and bright as he could be, and he wuz the only boy amongst all the grandchildren; it is a blow deacon henzy will never git over.
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The old tavern was ringing with voices now-commands of officers, calls from those who were posted above, clattering steps on the porch as the acton men ran out to their posts behind the tufted willows in the swamp.
Danton had plucked a weed, and now was pulling it to pieces, bit by bit.
"i wish we did not have to change so often," said dorothy to tavia, when she had finally dried her eyes and looked around with the determination of being young-lady-like, and not crying for those left behind in dear old dalton.