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Possible correct spellings for finit

  • Int
  • Int data3; /* 4 bytes - largest structure member */ char data4; /* 1 byte */ char padding2; /* 3 bytes to make total size of the structure 12 bytes */ }; the compiled size of the structure is now 12 bytes.

  • Fine(Definition of fine)
  • Oh, i'll get along fine!

  • Finn(Definition of finn)
  • I can easily understand that, mrs. finn.

  • Inuit
  • Greenland atassut party (solidarity) [finn karlsen] (a conservative party favoring continuing close relations with denmark); demokratiit [per berthelsen]; inuit ataqatigiit or ia (eskimo brotherhood) [josef motzfeldt] (a leftist party favoring complete independence from denmark rather than home rule); kattusseqatigiit (candidate list) (an independent right-of-center party with no official platform); siumut (forward party) [hans enoksen] (a social democratic party advocating more distinct greenlandic identity and greater autonomy from denmark)

  • Knit(Definition of knit)
  • For a short time the king was alone, sitting with his black brows knit, and gazing meditatively at the floor.

  • Fiat(Definition of fiat)
  • But the action of a single will, the fiat of a single mind, are easy ideas: anybody can make them out, and no one can ever forget them.

  • Find(Definition of find)
  • Do you know how to find it?

  • Finis(Definition of finis)
  • For instance, the finis operis of an act of almsgiving is the actual aiding of the mendicant; the finis operantis may be charity, or self-denial, or vanity, or whatever other motive influences the giver.

  • Fit(Definition of fit)
  • He must do as he sees fit.

  • Flint(Definition of flint)
  • Flint snatched it from him.

  • Faint(Definition of faint)
  • You won't faint or anything, will you?

  • Finest
  • Buy the finest fruit in the town for him.

  • Feint(Definition of feint)
  • Again the indian laughed, and, taking aim, made a feint of firing, but withheld his shot.

  • Fiend(Definition of fiend)
  • It looks like it too-looks exactly as if i were pleading for myself and breaking my heart over that detestible stage-fiend-by jove!

  • Nit(Definition of nit)
  • Barcelona" la nit barcelona performance "barcelona" "how can i go on" "the golden boy" barcelona [classic video] barcelona [the special edition epk] barcelona [2012 edit by rhys thomas]

  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • If i tried to catch it up with a fin, over into the water it would bounce.

  • Font(Definition of font)
  • However, the lesson was given at font abbey, and after it master nelson came bounding into the drawing-room to the ladies.

  • Fined(Definition of fined)
  • Some of the gamblers were brought to trial and fined, and others were only saved from arrest by the fact that they kept out of the way when court was in session.

  • Finite(Definition of finite)
  • So that the 'beautiful' thing is a whole complete in itself, and in moments when beauty fills our souls we know what wordsworth meant when he said 'the least of things seemed infinite,' though each thing, being but one of many, must from another point of view, here suppressed, be finite.

  • Fount(Definition of fount)
  • Probably from this impure lee fount, but possibly from some other source, there now came a renewal of the rumors that franklin was to be gained over to the ministerial side by promotion to some office superior to that which he had held.

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