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Correct spelling for PROFICIANAL
We think the word proficianal is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for proficianal
- Professional(Definition of professional)
- Provisionally(Definition of provisionally)
- Profanely(Definition of profanely)
- Provincially(Definition of provincially)
- Provisional(Definition of provisional)
- Provincial(Definition of provincial)
"there are times," he said, "when there is a great struggle going on inside a man between all the human and better part of him and the baser professional part of him.
But you must recollect that when i say i think it is either mr. darwin's hypothesis or nothing; that either we must take his view, or look upon the whole of organic nature as an enigma, the meaning of which is wholly hidden from us; you must understand that i mean that i accept it provisionally, in exactly the same way as i accept any other hypothesis."
Another law, that would bear rather hardly on the present generation, was as follows: any persons "who behaved themselves profanely by being without doors at the meeting-houses on the lord's day, in time of exercise, and there misdemeaning themselves by jestings, sleepings, or the like," were first to be admonished, and if they did not refrain, set in the stocks; and if still unreclaimed, cited before the court.
It is used provincially in england to mean a boggy or marshy tract.
But a loophole of escape was left to bonaparte; the conduct of these negotiations was confided solely to him, and he had already decided their general tenor by giving his provisional assent to the acquisition by austria of the east bank of the adige and the city of venice.
And lastly, there appears to be promotional literature, one sheet, dated august 1, 1962, signed by you at the bottom?
(a) every probational (whether substitute or regular) and every absolute appointment in the railway mail service in each state or territory; every appointment under any exception to examination authorized by railway mail rule ii, clause 5; every reappointment under railway mail rule vi, and every appointment of a substitute to a regular place.
Mr. allnutt, to whose exhaustive articles on "english provincial printing" in the second volume of bibliographica all subsequent writers on the subject must needs be indebted, conscientiously includes among his notes one on the edition of archbishop parker's de antiquitate ecclesiae britannicae printed for him by john day, in all probability at lambeth palace, where a small staff of book-fashioners worked under the archiepiscopal eye.