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Correct spelling for MIGRATIN
We think the word migratin 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 migratin
- Migration(Definition of migration)
- Migrate(Definition of migrate)
- Gratin(Definition of Gratin)
- Migraine(Definition of Migraine)
Various transportation companies saw this scheme as a way for them to make money, and they encouraged this westward migration.
At one time he had formed a project of emigrating to new jersey, where he expected to find institutions better suited to his taste than those of england.
Here our voyageurs saw many kinds of birds; both those that migrate into the fur countries during summer, and those that make their home there in the cold, dark days of winter.
Then it is expected that the agricultural labourer and the village artisan, who are ever migrating to the great towns and cities, will give the preference to the colony over-sea, and so prevent that accumulation of cheap labour which is considered to interfere so materially with the maintenance of a high wages standard.
-when soaked only and wiped dry, but not boiled, prepare it as directed for fish au gratin.
For example, i should explain thus the majority of the peripheral cases of ciliary neuralgia, migraine, etc., that we meet with in poor young needle-women, especially the hypermetropic, who, at an age when they can ill afford the strain, work so constantly and strenuously at an occupation which fearfully taxes the eye.
He must work with the feverish speed of desperation for the float was held by no better anchor than one of its supporting barrels embedded in the mud. if he placed his weight or that of uncle sam upon the side of the float already in the water the weight would probably release the mud-held barrel and the float, with himself and uncle sam upon it, would be carried willy-nilly upon the impetuous waters.