Correct spelling for LOCATIOON

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Possible correct spellings for locatioon

  • Allocation(Definition of allocation)
  • The following is about the qualification rules and the quota allocation for the cross-country skiing at the 2018 winter olympics.

  • Vocation(Definition of vocation)
  • Elocution(Definition of elocution)
  • By t. r. w. pearson, m.a., of st. catharine's college, cambridge, and f. w. waithman, lecturers on elocution.

  • Locutions
  • Lactation(Definition of lactation)
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  • Location(Definition of location)
  • Locating(Definition of locating)
  • Relocation(Definition of relocation)
  • Locations
  • Lotion(Definition of lotion)
  • Locution(Definition of locution)
  • Cation(Definition of cation)
  • The vinyl cation has an intense ir peak at 1987 cm−1 for the c=c+ stretching.

  • Legation(Definition of legation)
  • She at once acquired the nickname of "la belle-fille de l'avenir," and long afterwards a man who had been at the british legation some time subsequent to our visit said that he had always heard her called this, though he had never known the reason.

  • Placation
  • Ligation(Definition of ligation)