Correct spelling for PRONUICATION

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Possible correct spellings for pronuication

  • Prediction(Definition of prediction)
  • But, call it a prediction or a superstition, the credit of it must, i think, be given to the hindoos.

  • Prorogation(Definition of prorogation)
  • It was clear that after 106 or more speeches on the preliminary question, there were still five weary debates to come on the preamble and each of the four chapters, so that, unless the discussion was to be forcibly closed, it must either last on through the whole summer, or a prorogation be allowed while the main question was still unsettled.

  • Purification(Definition of purification)
  • This is the story of the purification of mulfera station, n.s.w., in which the bushrangers played but an indirect and a most inglorious part.

  • Provocation(Definition of provocation)
  • She had a manner of forced calmness-as if she wished it to be understood that she was one of those who could be reasonable under any provocation, though she were trembling within-which made francie draw back.

  • Protection(Definition of protection)
  • If he could but be her protection against that political father, that puritan mother, and that idiotic brother of hers, and put an end to this sort of thing before it came to be talked about!"

  • Production(Definition of production)
  • While a chinese traveller, visiting java in 424, reports the cultivation of sugar cane, it was not until more than twelve hundred years later that the island, now an important source of sugar supply, began the production of sugar as a commercial enterprise.

  • Truncation(Definition of truncation)
  • Cutting, n. incision, felling, amputation, cleavage, truncation, curtailment, celotomy, dissection, scarification, slashing, cropping; slip, scion, clipping.

  • Prolongation(Definition of prolongation)
  • Argenteau's attack partly succeeded: but the stubborn bravery of a french detachment checked it before the redoubt which commanded the southern prolongation of the heights named monte-legino.

  • Propagation(Definition of propagation)
  • Whilst illogical reasoning, and illogical grammar are equally phenomena of the human mind, even as physical disease is a phenomenon of the human body, the illogical grammar can rectify itself by its mere continuance, propagation, and repetition.

  • Predication(Definition of predication)
  • Misconception of the function of the copula in predication ib.

  • Projection(Definition of projection)
  • It was an infinitely fine, threadlike projection from the surface of the planet.

  • Prosecution(Definition of prosecution)
  • Eleven had been guilty of violence or rough usage to patients, there having been no prosecution in any instance.