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Possible correct spellings for kition

  • Kiting
  • Specific kinds of cheque fraud include cheque kiting, where funds are deposited before the end of the float period to cover the fraud, and paper hanging, where the float offers the opportunity to write fraudulent cheques but the account is never replenished.

  • Suction(Definition of suction)
  • The other method of developing a greater quantity of water from a deep well is to use air pressure to force the water either the entire distance to the tank or to a point where the suction of an ordinary pump can reach it, as indicated in fig. 23. in this method an air blower is needed, and since this means an engine for operation, it is not generally feasible, but is suited to occasional needs, where an engine is already installed for other purposes and is therefore available.

  • Caption(Definition of caption)
  • [a] a part of the matter presented under this caption was contributed by the author to the health magazine and appeared in the march number (1897) of that periodical.

  • Motion(Definition of motion)
  • It is motion, not rest.

  • Katina
  • Katina styloglou was married to the doctor prodromos gregoriades, originating from kayseri, a region famous for its carpet-weaving tradition.

  • Notion(Definition of notion)
  • I scorn the notion.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • I liked to go there on auction days, to look on, and rejoice each time my books seemed likely to fall into good hands.

  • Kimono(Definition of kimono)
  • She was clothed in a kimono and lay upon the sidewalk near the curb.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • The time for action was at hand.

  • Section(Definition of section)
  • South joggins, section of cliffs at.

  • Cation(Definition of cation)
  • Since these filled shells are very stable, a sodium atom tends to lose its extra electron and attain this stable configuration, becoming a sodium cation in the process na → na+ + e− on the other hand, a chlorine atom, cl, has 7 electrons in its valence shell, which is one short of the stable, filled shell with 8 electrons.

  • Ligation(Definition of ligation)
  • Blunt-end ligation, however, is much less efficient than sticky end ligation, typically the reaction is 100x slower than sticky-end ligation.

  • Tuition(Definition of tuition)
  • It was old bond saxon's daughter dennie, who was earning her tuition by keeping the library and offices in order.

  • Potion(Definition of potion)
  • But he could speak no word to her, and so he died even as i tell you. with great outcry she lamented him, and she cast from her the vessel containing the potion that it was scattered abroad.

  • Kitchen(Definition of kitchen)
  • I came in by the kitchen window, if you must know.

  • Kin(Definition of kin)
  • "that's right, kin," called somebody, "better start that old buzzard toward town pretty soon, if you want to get in for breakfast-there's a good moon!"

  • Kiln(Definition of kiln)
  • The ultimate success of the kiln, however, proved their criticisms to be unwarranted.

  • Kantian(Definition of kantian)
  • It would be necessary, also, in any such expanded treatment, to bring out clearly the kantian classification of the philosophical sciences, and to indicate the relation between the critical or transcendental investigation of the several faculties and the more developed sciences to which that investigation serves as introduction.

  • Kitten(Definition of kitten)
  • "she went to get a kitten," added rose.

  • Titian(Definition of titian)
  • Where can the like be found in palma, or even titian?

  • Lotion(Definition of lotion)
  • He did it so awkwardly and roughly, as it seemed to me, that i took the sponge from him and applied the lotion tenderly myself.

  • Nation(Definition of nation)
  • Is it because she is big, and near to india, and calls herself a christian nation?

  • Vision(Definition of vision)
  • Un-Foreseen
  • Cations
  • Benzylic anions of chromium arene complexes exhibit similar reactivity to cations.

  • Un-Foreseeable
  • Ration(Definition of ration)
  • Ascyltos, when he had caught his breath, gloatingly exulted of the pleasure which the looting of a villa belonging to lycurgus, a superlatively avaricious man, afforded him: he complained, with justice of his parsimony, affirming that he himself had received no reward for his k-nightly services, that he had been kept at a dry table and on a skimpy ration of food.

  • Caution(Definition of caution)
  • At this he lost all caution and self-control.

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • The latter marks the cardinal point in bourget's fiction.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • The wonderful affliction of margaret does not draw its power from the neglect of poetic diction, but from the intensity of emotion which would carry off almost any diction, simple or affected; while on the other hand such pieces as "we are seven," as the "anecdote for fathers," and as "alice fell," not to mention "betty foy" and others, which specially infuriated wordsworth's own contemporaries, certainly gain nothing from their namby-pamby dialect, and sometimes go near to losing the beauty that really is in them by dint of it.

  • Faction(Definition of faction)
  • In this double-dealing party there is a very strong faction whose members advocate direct action, in other words, violence, as a means for bringing about the downfall of our government and of the entire industrial system.

  • Keaton
  • Baldrick also does a charlie chaplin impression (although some believe it to be a slug balancing act, and general melchett mistook it for a feeble impression of buster keaton).

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