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Possible correct spellings for loaction

  • Elocution
  • Miss pryor, teacher of elocution, was present at many of the rehearsals, criticizing and suggesting, and hers was the only outside assistance the juniors had in their ambitious production.

  • Lactation
  • The davis area research on lactation, infant nutrition and growth (darling) study reported that breastfed and formula-fed groups had similar weight gain during the first 3 months, but the breastfed babies began to drop below the median beginning at 6 to 8 months and were significantly lower weight than the formula-fed group between 6 and 18 months.

  • Lotion
  • Locutions
  • Reaction
  • Laotian
  • "one in a billion," said the laotian answering his own question.

  • Laocoon
  • Julius ii., pope; and the laocoon, 74; and sansovino, 184; and michael angelo, 202; mausoleum of, 206

  • Faction
  • Franklin was scarcely seated, when the press professed to discover that he was an instrument in the hands of the "arthur faction."

  • Action
  • But from what little i have seen of the man to whom i was introduced by my friend mr. damon, i'd say, off hand, that he was capable of such action."

  • Legation
  • He withdrew, returned immediately to the legation, and i set out that very night to convey this intelligence to your majesty.

  • Locution
  • Ligation
  • Since blunt-end does not have protruding ends, the ligation reaction depends on random collisions between the blunt-ends and is consequently much less efficient.

  • Locating
  • And the cow-camp was still simsby's when the locating engineers of the western pacific, searching for tank stations in a land where water was scarce and hard to come by, drove their stakes along the north line of the quarter-section; and having named their last station alphonse, christened this one gaston.

  • Placation
  • Cation
  • The nature of bonding in the 2-norbornyl cation incorporated many new ideas into the field’s understanding of chemical bonds.

  • Relocation
  • Vocation
  • Locations
  • In some locations they stop or pinch out the main shoot just above the first leaf above the third or fourth cluster; in some soils it is an advantage and in others rather a disadvantage to do this.

  • Allocation
  • Economic growth has been constrained by a lack of incentives, partly stemming from centralized control over production decisions, investment allocation, and import choices.

  • Location
  • The german pilots knew our location and would fly over our camp often and very low.

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