Correct spelling for ADJ
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Possible correct spellings for adj
- ada Ada turned to Lucy with a curling lip.
- add If you would be so good as to let me hear from you, you would add much to my satisfaction.
- ado And without further ado he goes in.
- adp ATP + [beta-adrenergic receptor] ADP + phospho-[beta-adrenergic receptor] Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are ATP and beta-adrenergic receptor, whereas its two products are ADP and phospho-beta-adrenergic receptor.
- dj Denmark DA DK DNK 208 DNK . dk Djibouti DJ DJ DJI 262 DJI . dj Dominica DO DM DMA 212 DMA . dm Dominican Republic DR DO DOM 214 DOM . do
- ADC It was discontinued in 1955 when ADC replaced air defense groups commanding fighter squadrons with fighter groups that had distinguished records in the two World Wars.
- ADM In the buildup to the January 2001 parliamentary elections the party joined the Democratic Alliance for Change (ADM), a coalition including the Democratic and Independent Cape Verdean Union (UCID) and the Labour and Solidarity Party (PTS).
- ADS I talked with wan iv th' la-ads through him.
- ADV BINETHEN, adv. beneath, B 2. p 5. 109; Benethen, prep.
- ADJ Sco. formation from rad adj., afraid.
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