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Correct spelling for QUESIONARE
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Possible correct spellings for quesionare
- Culinary(Definition of culinary)
- Visionary(Definition of visionary)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Missionary(Definition of missionary)
- Questionnaire(Definition of questionnaire)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
We observed also a species of chenopodium and of artemisia or wormwood; abundance of the pe-tsai, and other common culinary vegetables.
There was any amount of smiling kindness for him at court, but very little of the satisfaction that his vanity and ambition craved; and in the absence of practical employment he fell back on visionary speculations.
A dictionary of roman and greek antiquities.
A., was for many years missionary in rome, and then at jaffa and jerusalem.
In our questionnaire we asked the teachers to give marks showing the relative ability of these children in the different subjects.
Then there was a china girl with a parachute; when she was on the stage little dumpty recited the piece called "isabella's parachute" out of a favourite book he had called "cautionary stories":- once as little isabella ventured with a large umbrella, out upon a rainy day she was nearly blown away.