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Possible correct spellings for locatioin

  • Lotion
  • Vocation
  • Locutions
  • Locations
  • The 1232 persons living in virginia, january, 1625, dwelt at twenty-five locations.

  • Allocation
  • States in the basin of the colorado river in the american southwest governing the allocation of the water rights to the rivers water among the parties of the interstate compact.

  • Relocation
  • Cation
  • In the first step of their facile hydration reaction, which was the rate limiting step, a vinyl cation reactive intermediate was proposed; the positive charge was believed to formally lie on a diicoordinate carbon.

  • Location
  • Yes, she could become more specific about the location-with the help of star maps.

  • Placation
  • Elocution
  • His elocution also surprised those who had derived their impressions from the english journals.

  • Locating
  • He sighed his father's sigh and rolled east, heading into regent park, locating the dopplering siren.

  • Locution
  • Lactation
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  • Ligation
  • Proximity ligation assay (in situ pla) is a technology that extends the capabilities of traditional immunoassays to include direct detection of proteins, protein interactions and modifications with high specificity and sensitivity.

  • Legation
  • She was seated at the british legation between villiers and a french secretary no longer in his first youth, so she promptly turned to the latter and said, "i am not going to talk to you, i am going to talk to lord villiers"; result, an animated conversation between the youngsters throughout dinner.

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