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Correct spelling for PERAGOTIVE

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Possible correct spellings for peragotive

  • Practice
  • If you can tear him out from it you can practice witchcraft better than i!

  • Proactive
  • Routing in wireless ad hoc networks or manets generally falls into three categories, namely: (a) proactive routing, (b) reacting routing, and (c) hybrid routing.

  • Predictive
  • Blood benzodiazepine concentrations, however, do not appear to be related to any toxicological effect or predictive of clinical outcome.

  • Reactive
  • The racemic 2-ethylhexyl acrylate can be prepared with a high yield by esterification of acrylic acid with racemic 2-ethylhexanol in the presence of hydroquinone as a polymerization inhibitor and a strong acid such as methanesulfonic acid by reactive distillation using toluene as azeotroping agent.

  • Practise
  • It should carry, on the contrary, a healing influence throughout india; should wipe away reminiscences of persecution, and proclaiming liberty of conscience, should practise the most perfect toleration.

  • Prerogative
  • O blessed prerogative of thought!

  • Pejorative
  • Such a ruling-class oligarchy control the primary sector of the economy by way of the exploitation of labour; thus, the term banana republic is a pejorative descriptor for a servile dictatorship that abets and supports, for kickbacks, the exploitation of large-scale plantation agriculture, especially banana cultivation.

  • Hyperactive
  • Guthries "a cognitive theory of religion" was significant for examining the significance of anthropomorphism within religion, work that ultimately led to the development of the concept of the hyperactive agency detection device – a key concept within cognitive science of religion.

  • Purgative
  • Begin by the use of a purgative-say two or three grains of compound jalap-powder mixed in glycerine, and given in the morning; give nothing but bread-and-milk to eat, and let the cat have a little sulphur mixed with butter or lard every second day.

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