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Correct spelling for GASIFICATION

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  • Classification(Definition of classification)
  • But as the notions for which these expressions stand vary very much, this classification is hardly justified.

  • Qualification
  • London had accepted joaquin miller's pose without qualification.

  • Calcification(Definition of calcification)
  • Echocardiogram can reveal a structurally normal heart, normal ventricular function, however mild concentric ventricular hypertrophy and multiple intracardiac as well as vascular calcifications idiopathic arterial calcification of infancy should be suspected when there is hyperechogenicity of vessel walls, evidence of polyhydramnios or a past history of early neonatal deaths.

  • Ossification(Definition of ossification)
  • The skull is obviously that of a young animal, as all the sutures are open and the surface of the occipital condyles is pitted, owing to imperfect ossification.

  • Pacification(Definition of pacification)
  • Comte louis de frotte had at first opposed all negotiation for the pacification of la vendee.

  • Codification(Definition of codification)
  • Returning from russia, mr. bagby settled again in alabama, retiring to private life from which he was summoned to public service by being associated with judge ormond and honorable c. c. clay in the codification of the laws of alabama.

  • Versification(Definition of versification)
  • An early poem is only remarkable when it displays an effort of reason, and the rudest verses in which we can trace some conception of the ends of poetry, are worth all the miracles of smooth juvenile versification.

  • Justification(Definition of justification)
  • And this, first of all, is the act of our justification."

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