Correct spelling for LOCALTION

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Possible correct spellings for localtion

  • Collation(Definition of collation)
  • The king came at the end, and led all the ladies into the saloon near the chapel, where was a fine collation, and the music.

  • Coalition(Definition of coalition)
  • A general coalition was soon formed against the french revolution.

  • Locution(Definition of locution)
  • Locomotion(Definition of locomotion)
  • And is this your usual mode of locomotion?

  • Localization(Definition of localization)
  • Some investigators of brain development and action hold that while certain mental states manifest in outer form on portions of the skull, the phenomenon is due to the action of the cranial muscles rather than to the fact of the localization of special faculties-that each mental state is associated with certain actions on the part of certain cranial muscles which in turn exert a modifying effect upon the shape and size of the skull.

  • Ligation(Definition of ligation)
  • The dual ligation hybridization assay (dla) extends the specificity of the hybridization-ligation assay to a specific method for the parent compound.

  • Location(Definition of location)
  • Then it appeared that she was recognised as being the wife of a fingo in the location, one who before marriage had been a member of the oldest profession which the world has ever known, but since lawful wedlock had consummated her union, she had passed, after the manner of her tribe, a life of great austerity.

  • Legation(Definition of legation)
  • "mees ross," said count popoff, leading in a handsome young foreigner, "i have your permission to present to you my friend count orsini, secretary of the italian legation.

  • Lactation(Definition of lactation)
  • On the various diseases which frequently arise in children from lactation, especially when protracted.