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Possible correct spellings for amnoia
- amelia "Yes, I feel this; I see it clearly," said Amelia, trembling; "and for this reason, dear sister, you must stand by me and help me.
- amen When the Amen came, the footman, who never knew what to do with his legs during the time of kneeling, sprang up with particular alacrity.
- ammo Sub-Group T1 (Ammunition for Rifle, Carbine and Automatic Gun) After 1948, the AIC number "1" was replaced by the letter "A" to indicate the small arms ammunition was packed in the new M20 or M21 ammo cans instead of the myriad WWII-era packing boxes and cans.
- ammonia Before the prosecutor could interfere, Kennedy had picked up the note found in the ammonia-jar beside the dying girl and had jammed the state's evidence into the long-necked flask of sulpho-cyanide vapor.
- amnesia Antonyms: oblivion, forgetfulness, Lethe, amnesia, ecmnesia.
- amnion A premature rupture of membranes (PROM) is a rupture of the amnion that occurs prior to the onset of labor.
- ana Then comes another stanza:- Now that Lady Ana Walks in garden sweet, Gathering the roses Whose dew is on her feet, Butterfly, butterfly, Can you catch us?
- anemia Oxygen: to be inhaled in anemia from loss of blood or suppuration.
- anion The newest mnemonic was proposed in The Lancet reflecting current causes of anion gap metabolic acidosis: G — glycols (ethylene glycol & propylene glycol) O — oxoproline, a metabolite of paracetamol L — L-lactate, the chemical responsible for lactic acidosis D — D-lactate M — methanol A — aspirin R — renal failure K — ketoacidosis, ketones generated from starvation, alcohol, and diabetic ketoacidosis The mnemonic MUDPILES is commonly used to remember the causes of increased anion gap metabolic acidosis.
- anna Anna nodded her head.
- armenia Pompey in 70 B.C. made a successful campaign against Mithridates, king of Pontus, and against Tigranes, king of Armenia.
- arno The Arno was running along, bright with the moonshine, lights were twinkling across the bridges, clambering up the hill opposite; black shadows stood out strongly, and as you looked, all sorts of strange memories seemed to rush towards you. But they took no real hold on Jack, who was only conscious of them in a vague, dreamy way. The people were strolling in all directions, enjoying the evening, as they do in Italy, chatting, whispering, half-a-dozen, perhaps, linked together, taking the whole breadth of the pathway, or coming mysteriously out of the dark shadowy streets.
- mania There is method in their cultured mania, for the farther removed the citizen finds himself from the Indian the better he likes him.
- manna She found me roots of relish sweet, And honey wild, and manna-dew; And sure in language strange she said- 'I love thee true.
- manor The manor house of lesser lords or knights was still built of wood, although it often had a stone foundation.
- mona "I hated that Mona monkey.
- omani Bosher Club is an Omani football club based in Bosher, Oman.
- ramona When Felipe said that he did not believe he could offer Alessandro Assis money enough to tempt him to stay on the place, Ramona opened her lips suddenly, as if to speak, then changed her mind, and remained silent.
- Among Only this I know,- I stood alone among my fallen comrades.
- Armani The Armenian mouflon (Armenian: հայկական մուֆլոն, haykakan muflon; Persian: گوسفند وحشی ارمنی, Qutch-e armani), also known as the Armenian sheep, Armenian wild sheep, Armenian red sheep, or trans-Caucasian sheep (Ovis orientalis gmelini) is an endangered subspecies of mouflon endemic to Iran, Armenia, and Nakhchivan (Azerbaijan).
- Ama [Illustration: THE DRAGON LADY IN AMA HOLDING ALOFT THE SCROLL OF THE HOKKEKYO
- Amanda Amanda presented him with a pink china cup-and-saucer on which were scattered bright green flowers.
- Amalia His life passed in review before him from boyhood up. It had been a happy life until the tragedy brought into it by his own anger and violence, but since that time it had been one long nightmare of remorse, heightened by fear, until he had met Amalia, and after that it had been one unremitting strife between love and duty-delight in her mind, in her touch, in her every movement, and in his own soul despair unfathomable.
- Amie Adieu, ma tendre amie, send me news often, come forthwith and join me, and be happy and at ease; all goes well, and my heart is yours for life.
- Mani Other famous Bengali novelists include Humayun Ahmed, Jagadish Gupta, Satinath Bhaduri, Balai Chand Mukhopadhyay (Banophool), Shawkat Osman, Saradindu Bandopadhyay, Kamal Kumar Majumdar, Sunil Gangopadhyay, Syed Shamsul Haque, Akhteruzzaman Elias, Sandipan Chattopadhyay, Bimal Mitra, Bimal Kar, Samaresh Basu, Mani Shankar Mukherjee (Shankar), Shyamal Gangapadhyay and Amar Mitra.
- AMIGA Pacific Islands is a computer game published by Empire Interactive in 1992 for the MS-DOS, Amiga and Atari ST.
61 words made from the letters amnoia
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