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Correct spelling for DICTORIAL
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Possible correct spellings for dictorial
- Pictorial(Definition of pictorial)
- Factorial(Definition of factorial)
- Directorial(Definition of Directorial)
- Dictatorial(Definition of dictatorial)
Cannon farrar's "life of christ" is a very great help to the realization of the new testament scenes, as is also tissot's "pictorial life of christ."
Limitations of the rank transform in factorial anova".
There is stiff competition to gain acceptance into clinical psychology doctoral programs (acceptance rates of 2-5% are not uncommon).
Public opinion, led by the press, has hitherto leant to the dissolution of the company and the directorial government; but as time advances and the extreme difficulty of concocting another system becomes apparent, people begin to dread the idea of destroying an ancient system, without any certainty of a better one replacing it, and i think there is a general feeling of alarm at the notion of the indian empire being placed under the direction of such a man as vernon smith; more, indeed, than is quite just and called for, as his talents, though of a second-rate calibre, are not so low as is supposed, and he is not the cipher in his office he is thought to be, but is well enough acquainted with all its details, and always able to explain everything to the cabinet clearly and correctly.
But marx had the ablest, the best informed, and probably the most made-up mind in the council; he governed without reigning; and, with his faithful german following, he exercised an almost paramount influence on its action from first to last, in spite of occasional revolts and intrigues against an authority which democratic jealousy resented as dictatorial, or-worse still-monarchical.