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Correct spelling for LOCXATION
We think the word locxation is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for locxation
- Lactation(Definition of lactation)
- Fixation(Definition of fixation)
- Vexation(Definition of vexation)
- Taxation(Definition of taxation)
- Locomotion(Definition of locomotion)
- Location(Definition of location)
- Locution(Definition of locution)
- Ligation(Definition of ligation)
- Legation(Definition of legation)
As we have already seen, pregnancy is generally incompatible with lactation; in the event of conception the mother's milk almost always takes on qualities which render it unsatisfactory for the infant, and yet occasionally pregnancy advances several months before these changes in the milk occur.
The stranger was surely amusingly human, a caricature as all were, and hardly worthy of serious fixation.
The next 'possum which they discovered, more fortunate than his brother, who had been sighted on the ground where locomotion is slow and awkward for his kind, was aloft in the branches when the dogs spied him.
Look at the location of the camp.
Chemical ligation is the technique of coupling these peptides by chemoselective reaction to give a unique reaction product, usually in aqueous solution.
Would it not be better that you go to the british legation, fraulein?"