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Correct spelling for SCOLAR

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Possible correct spellings for scolar

  • Scalar(Definition of scalar)
  • The advection equation for a conserved quantity described by a scalar field is expressed mathematically by a continuity equation: where is the divergence operator and again is the velocity vector field.

  • Scalars
  • Distance covariance and ; for all constant vectors , scalars , and orthonormal matrices .

  • Scale(Definition of scale)
  • This had been the extent of nathan's religion; jethro had none at all, and was, for this and other reasons, somewhere near the bottom of the social scale.

  • Cola(Definition of cola)
  • All i hope, is, cola, that you will not, in your zeal for your fellow-citizens, forget how dear you are to us.

  • Scholars
  • Twenty-seven boarders, twelve day-boarders, and sixteen day-scholars.

  • Collar(Definition of collar)
  • He turned up his coat-collar and stepped out rapidly, his hands deep in his coat-pockets.

  • Skoal
  • Scholar(Definition of scholar)
  • The startled scholar, with a cry of terror, flung up his hands, and then clutched black hannibal around the neck.

  • Secular(Definition of secular)
  • I was also engaged in various efforts at the hall; helping to carry on a secular sunday school, a young men's secular association, etc.

  • Solar(Definition of solar)
  • Scour(Definition of scour)
  • Eternal barriers guard the pathless road to warn the wanderer of the cursed abode; 280 but prone as whirlwinds scour the passive sky, the heights surmounted, down the steep they fly.

  • Color(Definition of color)
  • It will be a rich red in color.

  • Scold(Definition of scold)
  • She was a very cheerful young woman, as plump as a cherry, and pink and white like blood on snow; and she never fixed her gaze on me as others did, but would frolic with me or scold me sharply when i did any wrong.

  • Scowl(Definition of scowl)
  • Molly's cheerful little face was set in what she probably imagined to be a forbidding scowl.

  • Scaly(Definition of scaly)
  • Now and then a scaly glistening lizard rustled by him, and twice over a snake crawled right across his body and away into the grass.

  • Scar(Definition of scar)
  • Then it met with an injury of some kind, as is indicated by this black scar.

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