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Correct spelling for SACOUSTICS

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Possible correct spellings for sacoustics

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • A few shots fired to hold the gang up.

  • Acoustics(Definition of acoustics)
  • First and foremost we have to think of mathematics, of arithmetic and geometry and optics and acoustics and astronomy, but we must not forget also their later and perhaps not wholly so successful advances in physics and chemistry, in botany and zoology, in anatomy and physiology.

  • Sheets
  • A number of closely written sheets fell out.

  • States
  • I could do great things with them in the united states.

  • Studies
  • From breakfast to dinner you will have to yourselves, except upon the days you take riding lessons; and i should wish you to spend this time at your usual studies, except latin, which will be of no use to you.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Punishment of children by parents or others could be by whipping or even sitting in stocks.

  • Stages
  • Then i will come back by easy stages to itu and home.

  • Sites
  • They are advantageous sites, from differing remarkably in their humidity.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • Our happiness is at stake.

  • Sides
  • But it was not personal contempt, it was the disgrace to the family; the house was suddenly threatened on two sides-his father, the feverels-and he was frightened.

  • Societies
  • Parties had become more clearly defined, and the results of our system of education were beginning to tell, i think, in the increased interest taken by individuals as well as by societies in social and economic questions.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • I happened to speak of him to the captain, and he said: 'yes, sir, he's a very good boy; i raised him, or rather, my father did; he comes of a good stock; plenty of sense and know their places.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • Let us suppose that such an individual, whatever may be the status of his religious belief, or unbelief, becomes convinced in his own mind that the selfishness and immorality and lack of sentiment, which seem to be spreading in all classes, is a bad thing.

  • Sits
  • "and hannah, you mustn't be surprised if she sits on the floor.

  • Shadows
  • There, at sweetheart abbey, in the little inn where i first began to ask myself if ian were not the one man beside whom all others were shadows, we told each other things and explained things that had seemed mysterious.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • Coldman will stick to what he said if the thing is ever tried, which it won't be."

  • Suggests
  • Yet a third definition of the latter here suggests itself.

  • Sets
  • Now, it is very strange, the sun has gone mad, for he sets every day at a different hour.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • I stuck out my hand.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • Past and gone were the idyls of which it had been the stage.

  • Seats
  • She had relations in the seats, and he hadn't always.

  • Seeds
  • Schmauk says: "the seeds of the subsequent controversies are all to be found in the leipzig interim."

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