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Correct spelling for DONATINE
We think the word donatine 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 donatine
- Danton(Definition of danton)
- Contain(Definition of contain)
- Dentin(Definition of dentin)
- Container(Definition of container)
- Dentine(Definition of dentine)
- Dating(Definition of dating)
- Dominating(Definition of dominating)
- Donate(Definition of donate)
- Donation(Definition of donation)
- Detonating(Definition of detonating)
- Doting(Definition of doting)
And let me tell you that robespierre himself, marat, and danton did much less mischief to france than m. necker.
"just contain your impatience until i get back.
If the odontoblasts survive long enough to react to the dental caries, then the dentin produced is called "reactionary" dentin.
The heir of thousands of centuries of fighting, man is to-day, as always, a fragile container of dynamite, not guaranteed against explosion, and there are experts in the touching off of dynamite.
Moreover, the continuous enamel bands on only moderately worn teeth become separated in the final stages of wear into anterior and posterior enamel plates by tracts of dentine that extend toward the crown on the sides of each tooth.
Erected in 1258 and 1276 on the site of a church dating from 1144, it was not finally completed until 1446. it is in the form of a latin cross, and is 355 feet long.
Indeed, the word targhee seems to have the same signification as kabyle, that is, "tribe," or "nation," both words denoting people of the same original stock.