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Correct spelling for DICTRIBUTED
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Possible correct spellings for dictributed
- Distributed(Definition of distributed)
- Distributor(Definition of distributor)
- Distribute(Definition of distribute)
- Redistributed(Definition of redistributed)
To facilitate the removal of the bearings, brasses or boxes are provided, but in the case of small journals, as, say, of about 3 inches and less in diameter, the duty being light, the lubrication ample and equally distributed, and the journals an easy working fit when new, it is found that solid cast-iron boxes will last for a great length of time without sensible wear.
-the tract distributor.
The exhortations of our text were preceded with injunctions to distribute material help, and to bestow helpful sympathy.
He attributed their refusal to ill-will towards him, and only awaited a suitable opportunity to visit them with his displeasure.
The late magistrate, mr. hosack, too, contributed several sharp police-court sketches; and "arthur sketchley" had a capital story to tell, but spoiled it in the telling.
Also new editions in redistributed volumes by lee, collins, and others.
The heart in patella consists of a single auricle (not two as in haliotis and fissurella) and a ventricle; the former receives the blood from the branchial vein, the latter distributes it through a large aorta which soon leads into irregular blood-lacunae.