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Correct spelling for PAPATION

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Possible correct spellings for papation

  • Option(Definition of option)
  • But he has the option of retiring for the day, does he not?

  • Proportion(Definition of proportion)
  • As the breadth of land recovered from the forest is increased, villages, towns, and cities have grown up and increased in population and wealth in proportion to the productiveness of the surrounding country.

  • Palliation(Definition of palliation)
  • He felt too strongly the severe blow it would prove, not to wish softening it with every palliation; and while these still lingering feelings awed his proceedings, his servant learnt, from molly mill, that melmond had been favourably received at cleves, as a suitor to eugenia.

  • Apportion(Definition of apportion)
  • He walked in this manner, or rather he rolled in the midst of waves of slaves, and if the traders feared that he might take a notion to apportion some of the prisoners to himself, the latter would no less dread falling into the power of such a brute.

  • Potion(Definition of potion)
  • Jasper stirred a little while he was being moved, but the sleeping potion had too much potency to allow him to wake.

  • Capetian(Definition of capetian)
  • Main article: list of coats of arms of the capetian dynasty arms of branches founded before philip augustushouse of burgundyhouse of vermandoishouse of dreuxhouse of courtenay arms of branches founded after philip augustushouse of artoishouse of anjouhouse of bourbonhouse of valoishouse of évreux

  • Pupating
  • Passion(Definition of passion)
  • Tell him your passion for antiphila; tell him you wish to marry her, and tell him, bacchis belongs to clitipho.

  • Portion(Definition of portion)
  • It was uncas, who, finding a portion of cora's skirt caught on a bush, first opened up the line of pursuit.

  • Position(Definition of position)
  • He turned away, and, moving up the hill, took up a fresh position.

  • Pippin(Definition of pippin)
  • In this country, two or three others, as baldwin and newtown pippin, are more highly esteemed.

  • Caption(Definition of caption)
  • The service came into use in 1984 with caption creation and importing paid for as part of the public broadcasting fee until the creation of the nz on air taxpayer fund, which is used to provide captioning for nz on air content, tvnz news shows and conversion of eia-608 us captions to the preferred ebu stl format for only tvnz 1, tv 2 and tv 3 with archived captions available to four and select sky programming.

  • Petition(Definition of petition)
  • Then there is her call of hunger, a petition for food, sometimes full of impatience, or her answer to the farmer's call, full of eagerness.

  • Population(Definition of population)
  • Mr. gagliuffi has also considerable influence over the population of fezzan, and is on good terms with the mourzuk bashaw.

  • Palpation(Definition of palpation)
  • It allows only these diagnostic tests to be used in determining the stage: palpation, inspection, colposcopy, endocervical curettage, hysteroscopy, cystoscopy, proctoscopy, intravenous urography, and x-ray examination of the lungs and skeleton, and cervical conization.

  • Partition(Definition of partition)
  • There was a partition running across it, a wide door standing ajar.

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