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Correct spelling for INDIOCATION

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Possible correct spellings for indiocation

  • Indicating
  • 118; indicating changes of climate, i.

  • Induction(Definition of induction)
  • The thessian replied with all beams he had available, including an induction-beam, an intensely brilliant light-beam, and several molecular cannons with shells loaded with an explosive that was very evidently condensed light.

  • Indexation(Definition of indexation)
  • For assets acquired between 20 september 1985 and 20 september 1999 the taxpayer may choose between two methods of calculating a capital gain – the discount method described above, or the indexation method – whichever method results in the least tax.

  • Invocation(Definition of invocation)
  • They are used before the lord's prayer as an invocation of the holy trinity.

  • Indirection(Definition of indirection)
  • To those whose minds can grasp the general disorder in which we try to live-the moral indirection of our everyday endeavour to get somewhere, this day toward a gilded goal, tomorrow toward the promise of fame, the day after seeking applause for our benevolence, or one after one thing, another after another thing, and hardly any one after anything that counts-it is to these that this man's unaffected, unselfish, upbuilding life must come as a strong and refreshing draught of reality.

  • Vindication(Definition of vindication)
  • But he knew that there was more in it than what she called vindication of herself; there was the fighting friendship of a comrade.

  • Indication(Definition of indication)
  • She seemed even now to see that there might be a good deal they would get round to; the indication being that, taken up once for all with her other neighbour, their hostess would leave them much to themselves.

  • Indications
  • There were countless indications of intellectual and physical decadence.

  • Indignation(Definition of indignation)
  • He held his out, as he walked by her side, and she turned upon him a look full of indignation.

  • Syndication(Definition of syndication)
  • After its original run, the series continued to be broadcast as part of a syndication package featuring rebroadcasts of maxie's world and its punky brewster, and has subsequently acquired the retronym beverly hills teen club.

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