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Correct spelling for TECNITION
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Possible correct spellings for tecnition
- Detonation(Definition of detonation)
- Cognition(Definition of cognition)
- Technician(Definition of technician)
- Decoration(Definition of decoration)
- Donation(Definition of donation)
- Detention(Definition of detention)
- Termination(Definition of termination)
- Carnation(Definition of carnation)
- Tension(Definition of tension)
- Gentian(Definition of gentian)
- Diction(Definition of diction)
- Stagnation(Definition of stagnation)
- Taxation(Definition of taxation)
- Declination(Definition of declination)
- Ignition(Definition of ignition)
- Tunisian(Definition of tunisian)
- Definition(Definition of definition)
Her fingers had tightened on the reins, when the silence was suddenly broken, and, with a swift hiss, a streak of light cut through the darkness skyward, paused a moment, and then, with a muffled detonation, burst into globes of light which floated downward.
But at all events to conceive reality as absolute in the sense of being totally unrelated to mind, and then to ask: is reality so transformed in the very process of cognition that the mind cannot possibly apprehend it or represent it as it really is?
Inside the booth dr. shalt, colonel meadows and a technician watched crawford performing in pantomime and listened to the strange vibrations emanating from the speaker.
These pictures of paolo veronese were really great pieces of decoration, very wonderful in their way, but showing already that art was sinking lower instead of rising higher.
We end the story of the anglo-saxon books with a mention of leofric, the first bishop of exeter, who gave a magnificent donation out of his own library to the cathedral church.
The tower of london, the eyrie of dumbarton castle, even fort william itself, were named as possible places of detention.
With the new turn which was given to the course of his life by his betrothal to martha savory, it is not surprising that he should have considered his residence abroad to be brought, in the order of divine providence, to a natural termination, and that he now turned his attention to taking up his abode again in his native land.
Then, catching pierre by the shoulder so suddenly that his red carnation tottered and nearly fell, she exclaimed: you mischievous boy!
The threads of fate are in the hands of a few diplomatists at berlin and london-a turn of the wrist, and there is tension which a breath can turn either way.
In worship mystically sweet the rimy asters at my feet and spiring gentian bells that burn blue incense in an azure urn breathe softly from the aspiring sod: this is our utmost.
His innovations were twofold, in subject-matter, and in diction.
This evil, for it was an evil, resulted from the political stagnation in a country where one dominant permanent issue overshadowed all others.
M.a. 121. land, industry, and taxation by frederick verinder.
Declination of star is 45" 55' n. required longitude in.
For years and decades the gleam of that spiritual ignition endured there.
The walls were hung with tunisian silks and embroidered stuffs from the homes of jewish families, where they had served as screens for talismanic words too sacred to be seen by common eyes; and there was drapery of ancient banners, tyrian-dyed, whose gold or silver fringes had been stained with blood, in battle.
To obtain a definition of the attribute, we must analyse the phenomenon into these parts.