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Correct spelling for AGRESSSION
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Possible correct spellings for agresssion
- Accession(Definition of accession)
- Oppression(Definition of oppression)
- Abrasion(Definition of abrasion)
- Aggression(Definition of aggression)
- Digression(Definition of digression)
- Accretion(Definition of accretion)
- Regression(Definition of regression)
- Aggregation(Definition of aggregation)
On the death of queen anne, officers in the army, when informing their companies of the accession of the elector of hanover, carried their loyal and religious enthusiasm so far as to call upon any of their hearers who might be catholics to fall forthwith out of the ranks.
Moreover, he plainly recognized that his presence was an oppression and restraint upon elsie; and he was very sorry that he had stayed at all.
Spirit-levels are often made of wood, which is very objectionable for the erector's use, because the lower or testing surface is apt to catch and hold particles of metal, and furthermore it is very susceptible to abrasion, and wears rapidly.
An act of aggression committed on the territory of a neighbor by detachments of regular troops commanded by officers assumes an importance of quite a different nature.
This has been done, and mrs piper gave sittings to dr hodgson all through the spring of last year, and is still doing so through the winter of 1902-1903. the reader will excuse this digression on a subject which made some stir at the time, and is interesting as throwing light on the medium's own attitude towards her trance phenomena.
"through me, voices long dumb, many long dumb voices, voices of the interminable generations of prisoners and slaves, voices of the diseas'd and despairing and of thieves and dwarfs, voices of cycles of preparation and accretion"-
If reality remains inflexible even where the libido is prepared to take another object in place of the one denied it, the libido will then finally be compelled to resort to regression and to seek gratification in one of the earlier stages in its organizations already out-lived, or by means of one of the objects given up in the past.
In the primitive process of aggregation, the shire or gau, governed by its witenagemote or "meeting of wise men," and by its chief magistrate who was called ealdorman in time of peace and heretoga, "army-leader," dux, or duke, in time of war,-the shire, i say, in this form, is the largest and most complex political body we find previous to the formation of kingdoms and nations.