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Correct spelling for PERSCRIBTION
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Possible correct spellings for perscribtion
- Persecution(Definition of persecution)
- Perspiration(Definition of perspiration)
- Description(Definition of description)
- Proscription(Definition of proscription)
- Superscription(Definition of superscription)
- Prescription(Definition of prescription)
I think it best, and so does your father, that we all leave the city for a time, and escape this persecution."
He broke into a cold perspiration and his voice was altered as he said: "yes, i see now, mother.
"i should be pleased, if you would," she said, almost mechanically; "it is a horrid night and you won't get anything worth eating this side of london and i doubt very much," she smiled a little, "if the meal i can give you will be worthy of that description."
In conclusion i would sum up the policy of the administration to be a thorough enforcement of every law; a faithful collection of every tax provided for; economy in the disbursement of the same; a prompt payment of every debt of the nation; a reduction of taxes as rapidly as the requirements of the country will admit; reductions of taxation and tariff, to be so arranged as to afford the greatest relief to the greatest number; honest and fair dealings with all other peoples, to the end that war, with all its blighting consequences, may be avoided, but without surrendering any right or obligation due to us; a reform in the treatment of indians and in the whole civil service of the country; and, finally, in securing a pure, untrammeled ballot, where every man entitled to cast a vote may do so, just once at each election, without fear of molestation or proscription on account of his political faith, nativity, of color.
The superscription was "the powder to clean the pebbles with."
Don thanked him, slipped the prescription in a pocket and headed for school.
He knew, too, that he was prescribing poetry to his betrothed, practicable poetry.