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Correct spelling for SACOUSTIC
We think the word sacoustic is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for sacoustic
- Shots(Definition of Shots)
- Acoustic(Definition of acoustic)
- Stocks(Definition of stocks)
- Stake(Definition of stake)
- Stock(Definition of stock)
- Status(Definition of status)
- Stick(Definition of stick)
- Stuck(Definition of stuck)
- Stage(Definition of stage)
There, he fired snap shots at everything that moved on the slopes.
I had frequently been struck by the acoustic properties of this hallway.
They are painted in oil, on large sheets of thick paper, and all dated, with the time of day, the direction of the wind, and other memoranda on their backs.
It is estimated that about one-eighth of all the half million cases of typhoid that occur in the united states every year are carried through dirty milk.
He had been more the friend than the pupil of ulrich zasius at the university of freiburg, before he went to avignon to complete his legal studies under alciat.
The real loot was at these two other towns; a steel mill and big stocks of steel at one, and all that skunk-apple oil at the other.
And on this i the rather build, as i remember she was once, after our return, very inquisitive about the stages, and their prices; praising the conveniency to passengers in their going off every hour; and this in will.
The coping fastened down, the binding posts are now screwed down in the sites previously marked out for them.
Many meals of this would equal the stake."
Then i told the cabynet that the only way to get out of this scrape was to have an armistiss, stop the fightin, and go to talkin-that both sides had had enuf of bloodshed now to satisfy them, an that the only way to get at a settlement was to do that.
Secret societies honeycombed the community.
Of the duke's castilian stock of patience very little was left.
Moral authority, which must proceed from consent of the governed, the irish government had not possessed for many a long day; but its legal status had been unimpeachable.
Johannes sits down opposite her and gazes at her with undisguised admiration.
Now she knew better, and she looked out of her window at the brightening sky and the deepening shadows.
He pounded it with his walking stick.
The scene of the deer-park wherein he judges beasts and men, carefully weighing the tiniest birds in the balance of the sanctuary, suggests a prophetic vision of the greater saviour, who declared that even the humble sparrow is remembered by the creator.
"wal," ses i, "kernel, i think that that is a good idee, an i kin judge purty nigh how your proclymashin sets on the stumacks of the sojers from the way they cheer you.
"so horace tiptoed over to your bed, lifted up the mattress and stuck the sweater underneath.
"only upon condition of her capacity to become a star of the first magnitude should i consent to my daughter's going upon the stage," the baroness declares, in her magnificent manner.
But the hush came at last, and sank to profound silence as the magistrates took their seats-rhadamanthus keen and grim-the clergymen plainly angry with each other.
These seeds were very large, full of vitality, and the plants uncommonly vigorous.