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Correct spelling for SUTATION
We think the word sutation 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 sutation
- Satiation(Definition of satiation)
- Mutation(Definition of mutation)
- Suction(Definition of suction)
- Quotation(Definition of quotation)
- Sedition(Definition of sedition)
- Salutation(Definition of salutation)
- Stations(Definition of Stations)
- Citation(Definition of citation)
- Summation(Definition of summation)
- Situation(Definition of situation)
- Sedation(Definition of sedation)
- Stationer(Definition of stationer)
- Suasion(Definition of suasion)
- Notation(Definition of notation)
- Station(Definition of station)
- Rotation(Definition of rotation)
Their mass emergence is a survival trait called predator satiation: for the first week after emergence, the periodical cicadas are an easy prey for reptiles, birds, squirrels, cats, and other small and large mammals.
There is therefore no relation or connexion between the mutation he describes and the evolution of blindness in cave animals.
He is, in the above quotation, apparently speaking of the principles under which he governed himself when training.
Antipas knew the dictum well; and with an uprising in the yonderland, and a sedition under his feet, what more could he do than quell the first with his mercenaries, and disarm the second with his games?
Moritz answered the royal salutation with a mute bow, and withdrew with drooping head and sorrowful heart.
At 17 stations lower in elevation 1 degree447 ft.
In his books, in his speeches in the house of commons, and in private conversation-for he was an eager and fluent talker, running on often for hours at a stretch-he was never at a loss to fortify and illustrate his positions by citation after citation of dates, names, facts of all kinds, and passages quoted verbatim from his multifarious reading.
The situation was rapidly approaching a climax.
A barbiturate[lower-alpha 1] is a drug that acts as a central nervous system depressant, and can therefore produce a wide spectrum of effects, from mild sedation to death.
I sent the manuscript-i can see it now, written in a sprawly hand on both sides of ordinary letter paper-to a hereford stationer, and bade him print me one hundred copies thereof.
The denary notation was unknown.
And you can get off at the next station and rob my house to-morrow night, if you feel that way about it.
The energy of tides is now known to be obtained at the expense of the earth's rotation; and accordingly our day must be slowly, very slowly, lengthening.