Correct spelling for ESPARTERO

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Possible correct spellings for espartero

  • Aspartame
  • Due to this property, even though aspartame produces four kilocalories of energy per gram (17 kj/g) when metabolized, the quantity of aspartame needed to produce a sweet taste is so small that its caloric contribution is negligible.

  • Aspirate(Definition of aspirate)
  • The nipple aspirate test is not indicated for breast cancer screening.

  • Aspirator(Definition of aspirator)
  • "to determine the temperature of the dew point by daniell's dew point hygrometer and regnault's condensing hygrometer, and by the use of the dry and wet bulb thermometers, as ordinarily used, and their use when under the influence of the aspirator, causing considerable volumes of air to pass over both their bulbs, at different elevations, as high as possible, but particularly up to heights where man may be resident, or where troops may be located, as in the high table-lands and plains of india; with the view of ascertaining what confidence may be placed in the use of the dry and wet bulb thermometers at those elevations, by comparison with daniell's and regnault's hygrometers; and also to compare the results as found by the two hygrometers together.

  • Espadrille
  • The term espadrille is french and derives from the word in the occitan language, which comes from espardenya in catalan or alpargata and esparteña in spanish.

  • Expiatory(Definition of expiatory)
  • In consequence of this act-with the piety and generosity which have at all times distinguished the spanish nation above all others-the moor was graciously allowed to keep possession of the lovely quinta and its surrounding vineyards; the rest of his vast estates being made over-for the good of his soul-as an expiatory offering to the chivalric brotherhood of santiago.

  • Aperture(Definition of aperture)
  • The latter has but one door of entrance from the front room, and except this it has no door or aperture of any kind, so that at the ends it is dark and damp, as is the case with all the inner rooms.

  • Spidery(Definition of spidery)
  • Mr. fawcett was just mounting into his high-wheeled, spidery dogcart, with his little bit of blood between the shafts.

  • Esprit(Definition of esprit)
  • But his victim had been a bourgeois from across the river; we were confident he would deal honourably by a fellow quarternion-he had the esprit de corps.

  • Aspire(Definition of aspire)
  • Could he aspire to pass those august lamp-posts, he whose very name depended on what in truth might have been the early doings of a low scoundrel who was now skulking from the law?

  • Aspired(Definition of Aspired)
  • The game began by a direct letter from the queen, of all people, an honour which frank had never aspired to before, and certainly never did again.

  • Osprey(Definition of osprey)
  • That was not much, however, and all the time the day declined, the sea rose, the wind increased, and the osprey jumped so that our efforts were not quickly successful.