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Possible correct spellings for prosuing

  • Rosin(Definition of rosin)
  • Rosin w. w. 2 per cent.

  • Pouring
  • Even in pouring wet, bhamo is beautiful.

  • Proofing
  • Brasher was already quite highly regarded for his skills, and his hallmark (which he not only stamped on his own coins but also on other coinage sent to him for assay [proofing]) was highly significant in early america.

  • Crossing(Definition of crossing)
  • After crossing the zapatus, i.

  • Pausing
  • Pausing for an instant, she called down to him, carelessly, "don't wait for me.

  • Pursing
  • She studied them critically, pursing and unpursing her lips in secret calculation.

  • Arousing
  • I wonder-i have wondered ever since-what memories that poor senseless wreck of a man was arousing in the woman's heart by his wandering touch.

  • Probing(Definition of probing)
  • Then he went to a chair, and sat with his chin upon the ledger-desk; as if the effort of probing me had been too much for his weary brain.

  • Poring
  • Gammon and snap simultaneously sat down, after having been for some time standing poring over the paper before mr. quirk.

  • Reusing
  • In connection with the pvq, celt uses a technique known as band folding, which delivers a similar effect to spectral band replication (sbr) by reusing coefficients of lower bands for higher ones, but has much less impact on the algorithmic delay and computational complexity than the sbr.

  • Pursuing(Definition of pursuing)
  • The objects of their fond and fervent prayers, wallace and his little army, were rapidly pursuing their march.

  • Producing
  • But ere long the pace again began to tell, producing a sinking of the heart, which tended to increase the evil.

  • Prodding
  • But i know that to-morrow a smiling peasant will come with a basket of quails wrapped in vine-leaves, prodding them with blood-stained fingers, saying, 'signore, you must cook them thus, and thus, with a sprig of basil inside them.

  • Proposing
  • I have done my duty in proposing it to you.

  • Rousing(Definition of rousing)
  • Then rousing himself, he said, "alive and come back!

  • Parsing(Definition of Parsing)
  • But either complexity or vagueness, as well as redundance or deficiency, is a fault; and, when all these faults are properly avoided, and the two great ends of methodical syntax, parsing and correcting, are duly answered, perhaps the requisite number of syntactical rules, or grammatical canons, will no longer appear very indeterminate.

  • Grossing
  • In 1969, they started to publish the computerized box office compilation of the top 50 grossing films of the week based on this data.

  • Pressing(Definition of pressing)
  • Bolt and ransome went together, but little went home: he had an anxiety even more pressing, his mother's declining health.

  • Pricing(Definition of pricing)
  • To represent ukraines interests in central banks of other states, international banks and other crediting institutions, where the cooperation takes place at the level of central banks; to exercise the currency regulation with the competence to be defined by a special law, to determine the procedure of effecting payments in the foreign currency, to organise and exercise the currency control over the commercial banks and other credit institutions which are in possession of a national banks license for the transactions with currency values; to ensure the accumulation and custody of the gold and currency reserves and the conduction of transactions with them and the banking metals; to analyze the status of the monetary, crediting, financial, pricing and currency relations; to organize the collection and transportation of bank notes, coins and other values; to implement the national policy of the protection of state secrets within the system of the national bank; to take part in the training of personnel for ukraines banking system; to exercise other functions in the monetary and crediting sphere within its competence defined by the law.

  • Prizing(Definition of Prizing)
  • Diving suddenly into the recesses of something, she produced an exiguous round silver box. prizing it open, she looked over her shoulder at the bigwigs, then placed her little finger on the contents of the little box, and said very softly:

  • Posing(Definition of posing)
  • I now think that he was posing a little for our sakes, for we had just driven up to the castle, but then his composure made a great impression upon me.

  • Proving
  • He has the proving grounds at sandy hook to test his on, and i'm handicapped here.

  • Praising
  • She thought susy was praising her.

  • Prowling(Definition of Prowling)
  • Natives prowling at night.

  • Poising
  • Jimmy jumped to the side of the pan upon which bobby was kneeling with his paddle, and poising the harpoon was about to cast it when the pan, too heavily weighted on that side, began slowly to turn.

  • Perusing
  • 2415. persons moving in the beat society will see, after perusing miss nightingale's book, that this "foul air," "want of light," "too much or too little clothing," and improper food, is not confined to crown street or st. giles's; that belgravia and the squares have their north room, where the rays of the sun never reach.

  • Promising(Definition of promising)
  • Thereupon i rose, promising the company to begin again next day.

  • Grousing
  • For the lord's sake don't go grousing about; or we sha'n't keep the score under eighty, let alone ninety.

  • Propping
  • Lambert, when not singing bacchanalian songs, complained of the indignity and discomfort of this performance, but i, having taken the precaution of propping myself against collier, who was accustomed to being used as a cushion and very kind about it, was more sleepy than uncomfortable.

  • Presuming(Definition of Presuming)
  • It filled him with a vague apprehension, but he was unable to imagine that a young girl, and an english girl, and an enthusiastic young english girl, could be devoid of sentiment; and presuming her to have it, as one must, there was no fear, that she would persist in her loathsome choice when she knew her father was against it.

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