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Correct spelling for GENERTAL
We think the word genertal 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 genertal
- Gent(Definition of gent)
- Dental(Definition of dental)
- Gentile(Definition of gentile)
- Genial(Definition of genial)
- Natal(Definition of natal)
- Rental(Definition of rental)
- General(Definition of general)
- Genteel(Definition of genteel)
- Genetic(Definition of genetic)
- Generally(Definition of generally)
- Gently(Definition of gently)
- Genet(Definition of genet)
- Mental(Definition of mental)
- Gunmetal(Definition of gunmetal)
- Genitalia(Definition of genitalia)
- Gender(Definition of gender)
- Entail(Definition of entail)
- Genitals(Definition of genitals)
In two adults obtained at trincomalee there were only three molars on each side of the jaw, four being the dental formula of the genus hystrix.
Thus, in the "assembly of fowls" all is gaiety and mirth, as indeed beseems the genial neighbourhood of cupid's temple.
To the general it was something about a horse."
Secondly, i would remind the reader that in the light of genetic analysis we know that intergrades, when they do occur, cannot be assumed to represent conditions through which the species must pass or has passed on its way to the extreme and definite forms.
It is generally understood that such is the case.
211. citizen genet.
In the literal sense, castration anxiety refers to the fear of having ones genitalia disfigured or removed to punish sexual desires of a child.
She made, however, no reference to the auxiliary meeting, and when the biscuits and the maple syrup and two cups of matchless tea had nerved the elder up, his curiosity got the better of his prudence-for even elders are human and curiosity knows no gender-and he asked what they had done at the meeting.
He has the highest possible view of his vocation and what it should entail.