Correct spelling for DISFUNTION
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Possible correct spellings for disfuntion
Why, then, did he not bring it away from the place where it could only excite disaffection, and might even mislead those who should see it into the belief that your noble person was that of a dwarf?
Only after these and in dependence on them could this designation be applied to the see of rome.
Nothing is so false in holland as the famous definition, matrimony is like a besieged fortress; those who are outside wish to enter, while those who are inside wish they were out.
The dwellers in alpine regions acquire-or even inherit, it may be-a peculiar power of divination with regard to the weather; they feel instinctively, and without ever giving themselves the trouble of trying to ascertain the reason, the approach of fogs and mists, so dangerous to the welfare of their herds and their own safety.
The central american coral snakes venom contains a strong neurotoxin, causing neuromuscular dysfunction.
He eagerly noted every spot of interest as the train sped on its way and brought him nearer to his destination and winifred.
But the peruccas are in danger of falling into dissension and disorder, for they have no head.
Digestive troubles are often the cause of deterioration of the voice, either because the swelling and distension of the stomach by gas trammels the play of the diaphragm, and consequently that of the lungs, or because intestinal troubles bring on constipation or diarrhoea.
Each limb of the victim was stretched to the stake of a frame which was capable of more or less distention; around the middle went an iron circle which prevented every motion.