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Correct spelling for SACIDOSIS

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Possible correct spellings for sacidosis

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • But as they rose into the air they were startled by the sound of a shout and then another and another, then carne a volley of shots.

  • Acidosis(Definition of acidosis)
  • Acidosis is usually accompanied by fatigue, blurred vision, and possibly dizziness.

  • Sheets
  • Charles plummer, fellow of c.c.c., oxford, for the patience and judgment with which he has revised the proof sheets.

  • States
  • Yeh can ride rings round any jockey in the states-at least, yeh could."

  • Studies
  • "these studies attracted much attention when they first appeared, and readers will be glad to meet them again in this book.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • These bonds an' stocks an' things-" briskow shook his head disapprovingly.

  • Stages
  • The reason she was dazed was that she was in the early stages of smallpox.

  • Sites
  • Upon these camp sites he looked contemptuously; carelessness and wastefulness were two things he hated in a woodsman, and always he found them in brodie's wake.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • They'd never have been happy together, i'll stake my life on it.

  • Sides
  • Guns on both sides kept up the usual night bombardment in slow sullen strokes, but at least on the australian front it was not until about 4.45 in the morning that the enemy opened a heavy barrage in glencorse wood.

  • Societies
  • Despite the glamor of the world that secret societies propagate a secresy of men's actions at the expense of truth and justice, it can not obtain in a lodge of this order.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • 942. do you sell your stock?

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • The representatives of both these parties became in time convinced upholders of the union and their influence in ireland was thrown in favour of the maintenance of the status quo.

  • Sits
  • Thereupon he sits down on the seat in the veranda, rests his elbows on his knees and looks down.

  • Shadows
  • There was absolute silence; the only things which moved were the shadows, which got shorter very very slowly as the sun rose.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • Perhaps it would be worth while to stick to the ship for a voyage or so, even if he did have to put up with this sort of thing.

  • Suggests
  • The circumstance that the major axes of all those ellipses are of equal length suggests a still further simplification.

  • Sets
  • 74, 89, 95, 97; sets up bibles in st. paul's, v.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "you might have stuck to that, and i should have been no wiser.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • The australians moved forward behind the barrage stage by stage, through westhoek and nonne boschen, and across the hanebeek stream on their left, with hardly a check, in spite of the german blockhouses scattered over this country.

  • Seats
  • Occasionally liberal members of the town council and school board have ex officio seats on the council of the association; or local liberal clubs, although not strictly democratic, are given a representation upon it.

  • Seeds
  • In the heads or ears of these were a hundredfold more seeds.

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