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Correct spelling for PLUARAL

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Possible correct spellings for pluaral

  • Laurel(Definition of laurel)
  • From behind a screen of laurel bushes he looked out on the laboratory, at close quarters.

  • Palatal(Definition of palatal)
  • -size medium; color dull; back near ochraceous-buff with heavy admixture of black hairs, forming broad dorsal band; sides from near ochraceous-buff to near ochraceous-salmon, sometimes with heavy admixture of black hairs; lateral line usually distinct, sometimes blending with color of belly and side; ventral surface usually suffused with color of sides; tail bicolored, dark brown above, white to yellowish-white below; feet grayish-white above; ears dark, edged with color of sides; auditory bullae large; pterygoid fossae broad; incisive foramina relatively short; palatal bridge short; maxillary tooth-rows relatively short; narrow across zygomata; braincase narrow; interorbital region narrow; zygomatic arch relatively short.

  • Floral(Definition of floral)
  • Mr smith, in making this "paradise," had an object in view-to set an example to the inhabitants of these lonely islands, to show them what nature will do for them, when they put their shoulder to the wheel; and in few parts of the world are the climate and soil so suited to the production of floral wonders.

  • Plural(Definition of plural)
  • Like most monosyllabic local surnames, it is commonly found in the plural, hayes, hawes.

  • Pluvial(Definition of pluvial)
  • Pluvial of st. silvester, 319; at bologna, 320; at aix, 351; daroca, 376.

  • Pleura(Definition of pleura)
  • This pressure will be permanent so long as the air has no egress from the cavity of the pleura.

  • Pleurae
  • This track in all probability involved the diaphragm twice, both lungs and pleurae, and passed immediately beneath the heart.

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