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Correct spelling for QUETIONNAIRE
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Possible correct spellings for quetionnaire
- Culinary(Definition of culinary)
- Visionary(Definition of visionary)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
- Questionnaire(Definition of questionnaire)
- Reactionary(Definition of reactionary)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Quaternary(Definition of quaternary)
Barring details of place and process, the culinary art follows much the same laws and works out much the same results in this remote department of the french republic as in the middle states of the american.
He was not a visionary.
They were known as "the cautionary towns."
And yet we cannot send out a questionnaire to 816 random samples every time we wish to estimate a probability.
The ruling influences in the lutheran church in that era, practically throughout germany, were reactionary.
A dictionary of general biography.
This foolish proposition, directly in the face of the late proclamation, was seized on by the magistrates of manchester, and they issued hand-bills, and had placards posted all over the town, denouncing the intended meeting as illegal, and cautioning all persons "to abstain at their peril from attending it."
In java there were found in 1891, in strata early quaternary or late pliocene in age, parts of a skeleton of lower grade, if not of greater antiquity, than any human remains now known.