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Correct spelling for DISOLUTION

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  • Desolation
  • Elizabeth watched winthrop with odd admiration and curiosity, mixed for the moment with not a little of gratified feeling; but the sense of desolation sitting back of all.

  • Devolution
  • By partially reversing the process of unification through a devolution of powers to local legislatures we should be following a precedent that has proved successful in other parts of the empire and in foreign countries while at the same time putting our action into harmony with the true process of evolution.

  • Dilation
  • The eye to be examined may be more fully observed by dilating the pupil {123} with atropine-a drop of a solution, one grain to a pint of water, or one of the atropized gelatines prepared for me by savory and moore, each of which contains one hundred thousandth of a grain of atropine, and will maintain dilation during several hours.

  • Dilution
  • "well now, men," quoth mr gordon, cheerily meeting matters half-way, "what's it all about?" the younger delegate looked at old ben, who, now that it "was demanded of him to speak the truth," or such dilution thereof as might seem most favourable to the interests of the shed, found a difficulty like many wiser men about his exordium.

  • Disillusion
  • What his face lacked were those contours that come from association with humanity; the ripeness that is bestowed by long tolerance of folly, the mellowness that has survived the icy winds of disillusion.

  • Dislocation
  • Once she had gone up to dr. fullwood to give him a piece of her mind, inasmuch as he had let a child go for three weeks with a broken collar-bone, whilst treating him for dislocation.

  • Dissolution
  • In all living creatures, that fall under our senses, we perceive an instinct of self-preservation; and the more sensible they are, the greater aversion they discover to the dissolution of their being.

  • Isolation
  • They had learned to think more of great principles than of political expedients; and if the defence of their hereditary rights had welded the south into a nation, the assertion of a still nobler principle, the liberty of man, placed the north on a higher plane, enlisted the sympathy of europe, and completed the isolation of the confederacy.

  • Resolution
  • Solution
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