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Correct spelling for INTENDENT
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Possible correct spellings for intendent
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Untended(Definition of untended)
- Antecedent(Definition of antecedent)
- Intended(Definition of intended)
- Internment(Definition of internment)
- Independent(Definition of independent)
Mrs. lane told me he had gone for a drive, accompanied by his attendant.
For indeed a death by crucifixion seems to include all that pain and death can have of horrible and ghastly-dizziness, cramp, thirst, starvation, sleeplessness, traumatic fever, tetanus, publicity of shame, long continuance of torment, horror of anticipation, mortification of untended wounds-all intensified just up to the point at which they can be endured at all, but all stopping just short of the point which would give to the sufferer the relief of unconsciousness.
I find it possible to imagine in some dim way a series of states of consciousness serving as antecedent to any one of the movements i see going on; for my own states of consciousness are often indirectly the antecedents to such movements.
Gleed had fully intended doing so, but the scornful suggestion killed the thought, and for once he had no last word.
Apart from this restraint, however, internment, with all its drawbacks, is a thousand times-yes, a million times better than being a prisoner of war in germany.
Will your majesty so greatly favor me as to accord me an independent position in the campaign?
Was she intending to visit me?"
"does not religion mean re-binding, madam? was not man severed from god by disobedience? was not the whole spirit of religion, both before and since our lord's advent, founded on the fact that the mercy of god wished to provide a remedy for that fatal act of adam and eve? and has not insentient nature ever been made to depart from her ordinary rules, when such departure could forward the cause for which christ died?"