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Correct spelling for ISSUSE

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Possible correct spellings for issuse

  • Isis(Definition of isis)
  • "how absurd that woman looks," margaret said, "sitting with her back to that figure of isis."

  • Souse(Definition of souse)
  • I pulled him up to the log on which i was balanced, and seating himself he dangled his feet down and began to souse the mud off his toes.

  • Issues
  • Professor gross believes thoroughly in its importance; and those who read his book will arrive at a clearer view of the methods and issues that give character to this notable chapter in applied psychology.

  • Tissues
  • The leg was not broken, but the flesh and tissues were all torn below the knee, and the bone pretty well lacerated.

  • Suse
  • From novell to now suse is the legal owner of the trademarked name apparmor.

  • Issue(Definition of issue)
  • Here we may hope for a more successful issue."

  • Issuers
  • Direct issuers of commercial paper usually are financial companies that have frequent and sizable borrowing needs and find it more economical to sell paper without the use of an intermediary.

  • Missus
  • The missus done told me to come out here.

  • Misuse(Definition of misuse)
  • If we misuse evil-that is to say, if we do not use it by mounting on it but, intoxicated with its glamour, consent to it,-this is sin, and immediately the stairway is not that of ascent but of descent and death.

  • Disuse(Definition of disuse)
  • My voice came out of my throat, funnily cracked as if from long disuse.

  • Issuer(Definition of issuer)
  • Some corporate bonds have an embedded call option that allows the issuer to redeem the debt before its maturity date.

  • Issued(Definition of Issued)
  • A minute or two later the latter with his friends issued forth.

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