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Correct spelling for DISOCIATION
We think the word disociation is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for disociation
- Desiccation(Definition of desiccation)
- Desolation(Definition of desolation)
- Association(Definition of association)
- Dissipation(Definition of dissipation)
- Dissociation(Definition of dissociation)
- Disassociation(Definition of disassociation)
- Dissociating(Definition of Dissociating)
The ediacaran facies where arumberia has been found are interpreted as terrigenous sedimentary rocks in shallow marine or fluviolacustrine (intertidal or delta plain) settings that may have been affected by desiccation and salinity.
I have read over every word of it, and whenever i have come to a pencil-mark by him, i have paused to dream over that varying and eloquent countenance, the low soft tone of that tender voice, till the book has fallen from my hands, and i have started to find the utterness of my desolation!
Let's go to the christian association rooms.
Meanwhile his dissipation had not affected his business prospects as yet.
The theory advocated by helmholtz, and by many other scientists, of "the gradual contraction of the solar orb," and that of secchi, "the dissociation of compound bodies in the sun's substance," are attempts after a more consistent philosophy.
Aloof alike from the theories of the impressionists and from those of their successors, the pointillists-theories of the disassociation of tones and of the analytic disintegration of light, based on the scientific treatises of chevreuil and helmholtz-he was painfully tending back to the old decorative tradition that a picture must be an unit, the harmonious expression of a single emotion.
As a critical component of the dna polymerase iii holoenzyme, the clamp protein binds dna polymerase and prevents this enzyme from dissociating from the template dna strand.