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Correct spelling for OPERISION

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Possible correct spellings for operision

  • Opposition
  • The scotch opposition was more successful in the commons than it had been in the lords.

  • Parisian
  • He seized a large roll, and breaking it in half over his soup plate, in the manner of the stylish parisian in the "cafe-riche," announced that he would like to tear limb from limb, reduce to ashes, all those who objected to anybody or to anything!

  • Operational
  • General assessment: telecommunications system is being modernized; mobile cellular telephone system became operational in 1996; combined fixed line and mobile telephone density approached 90 telephones per 100 persons in 2007 domestic: microwave radio relay, coaxial cable, cellular, tropospheric scatter, and a domestic satellite system with 14 earth stations international: country code - 218; satellite earth stations - 4 intelsat, na arabsat, and na intersputnik; submarine cables to france and italy; microwave radio relay to tunisia and egypt; tropospheric scatter to greece; participant in medarabtel (2007)

  • Operation
  • The operation had been as successful, perhaps, as they could expect, under the circumstances.

  • Operations
  • Jones, though eager and impatient, restrained himself, for it was unwise to begin operations in the storm.

  • Apparition
  • Lady knob-kerrick turned and stared at the apparition through her lorgnettes.

  • Option
  • But the reprinted and re-engrossed local option bill got back to the senate on february 26th, and its supporters could think of no other possible excuse for delaying its passage.

  • Perishing
  • I am perishing here.

  • Repression
  • The promotion of industry, the repression of injustice, the encouragement of self-reliance and thrift, are needed far more than the temporary relief of those who suffer from oppression or from their own wrong-doing.

  • Depression
  • What she did not know was that his depression had more than one cause.

  • Oppression
  • Of this oppression there passed ten years while the causeway was made by which they drew the stones, which causeway they built, and it is a work not much less, as it appears to me, than the pyramid; for the length of it is five furlongs 105 and the breadth ten fathoms and the height, where it is highest, eight fathoms, and it is made of stone smoothed and with figures carved upon it.

  • Uprising
  • It was, her revived and uprising pudency declared, the principal; the only cause.

  • Oration
  • This prophetic orator spoke the modest, yet awful words, above quoted, nearly sixty years ago; in these latter days men are become bolder, for in a modern 4th of july oration, mr. rush, without waiting, i think, for divine command, gives the following amiable portrait of the british character.

  • Impression
  • Here is something that has made a great impression on me and seems impossible to understand.

  • Erosion
  • The geologist is thus able to determine by the land forms of any region the stage in the erosion cycle to which it now belongs, and knowing what are the earlier stages of the cycle, to read something of the geological history of the region.

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