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Correct spelling for EFFECTIVIE
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Possible correct spellings for effectivie
- Effect(Definition of effect)
- Defective(Definition of defective)
- Ineffective(Definition of ineffective)
- Elective(Definition of elective)
- Effectuate(Definition of effectuate)
- Fictive(Definition of fictive)
- Effectively(Definition of effectively)
- Effective(Definition of effective)
But it had its effect upon him.
They come from defective stock."
So that indeed he seems not to have been so faithful a friend, as he was a reasonable and gentle enemy, ready, according to the needs of the state, to suit himself on occasion to either side; concord between nations, brotherhood between cities, the council and the assembly unanimous in their votes, being the objects above all other blessings to which he was passionately devoted; backward, indeed, and diffident in the use of arms and open force, but in effecting a purpose underhand, and outwitting cities and potentates without observation, most politic and dexterous.
Under our elective system, a student continues through his four years, choosing each year at random, or as the fates decree, this, that, or the other brief "course."
I have it now in charge to inform you, that the president considers the united states as bound, pursuant to positive assurances given in conformity to the laws of neutrality, to effectuate the restoration of or to make compensation for prizes, which shall have been made of any of the parties at war with france, subsequent to the fifth day of june last, by privateers fitted out of our ports.
Hence one finds even in his new creations the old foundation again, albeit on a far more extended plan, the economical side of such villa-colonies being especially more completely and effectively ordered."
But how much more effective such a deliverance would be if the papers were cast aside!