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Correct spelling for PORACTIVE

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Possible correct spellings for poractive

  • Pejorative
  • Whether we like it or not, and whatever its original root meaning – the word 'amateur now has a negative, often pejorative significance in modern english usage when it applies to theatre and art.

  • Practice
  • That has been the practice invariably for years long before my time; it was handed down to me by my father, and i do not know any better practice."

  • Reactive
  • Chemical absorption chemical absorption or reactive absorption is a chemical reaction between the absorbed and the absorbing substances.

  • Practise
  • "no, we've got to practise for the circus," bunny insisted.

  • Purgative
  • And at the present day it is not at all an uncommon occurrence for medical men to be called in to prescribe for children, to whom the strongest purgative quack medicines have been previously exhibited by parents, for the removal of symptoms which, upon investigation, are found in no way connected with or produced by worms.

  • Productive
  • Some of them were english jews, and others were portuguese; and most of them were diamond merchants, on the look-out for diamonds from the mines of golconda, which were formerly very productive.

  • Corrective
  • In the poole lathe, however, while guideways are necessarily employed to guide the emery wheels in as straight a line as is possible, by means of such guides, the roll itself is employed as a corrective agent to eliminate whatever errors may exist in the guide.

  • Proactively
  • Radia client automation uses a desired state management model where it defines how it wants devices to look through a series of policies, while agents on client devices proactively synchronize and manage to that defined state.

  • Proactive
  • Csa involves, when needed, real-time monitoring of a customer’s purchased services and in analyzing this data to note trends, preferences, usage problems and eventually proactive assurance of customer-level or service-level issues.

  • Hyperactive
  • Add", "adhd", and "hyperactive" redirect here.

  • Protective
  • Cleveland, in the beginning of his administration, faithfully followed his platform, for in his first message he "placed the need of tax reduction solely on the ground of excess revenue and declared that there was no occasion for a discussion of the wisdom or expediency of the protective system."

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