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Correct spelling for PROJOCT
We think the word projoct 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 projoct
- Project(Definition of project)
- Projected(Definition of projected)
- Product(Definition of product)
- Protect(Definition of protect)
- Reject(Definition of reject)
- Projector(Definition of projector)
"oh, if you think that way about it," said he coolly, "we can let the project drop for the present.
Thus, the cone surface, the points, the pitch lines and the bottom of the spaces, projected as denoted by the dotted lines, would all meet at x, which represents the point where the axes of the shafts would meet.
He would therefore choose such an industry and so direct it as to make his product of the greatest value possible.
You see, we've got to leave an-ina behind-without a soul to protect her."
The almighty, who alone knows whom he will accept and whom he will reject, armed me with resolution and strength.
Either you're seeing things or someone's using a concealed projector.
Write me about what you are reading and about your plans and projects, for i can hardly believe that any one could exist without forming them: i, at least, could not.