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Correct spelling for DICVISION
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Possible correct spellings for dicvision
- Dictation(Definition of dictation)
- Division(Definition of division)
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Diffusion(Definition of diffusion)
- Diversion(Definition of diversion)
- Deviation(Definition of deviation)
If either of those two powers had disarmed, it would soon have been compelled to submit to the dictation of the other.
It is not too much to say that from that point of view it is the most important division of the whole poem.
Milton, who has done so much with his stately rhythm to mould the popular conceptions of modern christianity, has used all the sinewy strength of his magnificent diction to surround with horror the figure of death.
It is in this point of view that the diffusion of education, beyond the blessing which it confers on the individual, is of especial importance to the state.
Having visited roaring water and warned uncle jeff of the attack he knew would be made on the farm, he returned to where he had left his warriors, resolved to make a diversion in our favour, as he had promised.
Thus life has moved across morocco, without deviation, down immeasurable years, and moves so to-day, along innumerable trails worn afresh by bare feet after every rain-storm, footprint into footprint, padded hard and smooth, narrow and polished.