Correct spelling for ASISAN
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Possible correct spellings for asisan
- arson Arson becomes the last retort of despair.
- artisan And his mind seemed mostly engrossed with this "artisan" side of his profession, in applying his skill and learning and directing the skill and learning of others.
- asian It is with the Central Asian cities as it is with certain stars, only they do not revolve round one another.
- assign But we had direct proof of the fact from their own confession; and, as we understood, these wars are between the different districts of their own island, as well as between it and their neighbours of Oneeheow and Orrehoua, we need scarcely assign any other cause besides this to account for the appearance already mentioned, of their population bearing no proportion to the extent of their ground capable of cultivation.
- assist He then explained to us that if we would wait a little longer, they would accompany us and assist us in our search.
- assize And as the weeks passed, he became more and more sure of success, more and more sure that he would return with Daniel to Bursley in triumph after the assize.
- astana In August 2012, Bose signed a one-year deal with BC Astana of the Kazakhstan Basketball Championship.
- aswan One observer notes: "The impacts of the Aswan High Dam (.
- essen Women and the Writing of History in the Early Middle Ages: The Case of Abbess Matilda of Essen and Aethelweard".
- isis 19. Hymn to Isis, 76, 230 n.
- oasis It is difficult sometimes to get reeds in The Desert, and they are carried about from oasis to oasis.
- Arisen Often I have felt thoroughly prostrated by you, and yet, when I have left you, the old superstition has arisen unsubdued.
- Alison Alison chattered away light-heartedly.
- Susan Susan Blamire was born at Carden Hall, near Carlisle.
- assigns "The Colonel speaks sensibly," said Mr. Parker, "and unless Mr. Melville assigns a reason for his remarkable belief, I am disposed to think we have taken alarm too quick."
- assays It failed somehow-but the assays were all very good.
- ISBN Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1985, ISBN 0-9596877-2-6 Walking the South Coast - Tracks from Nowra to Eden, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1986, ISBN 0-9596877-3-4 Exploring Namadgi and Tidbinbilla - Day Walks in Canberras High Country, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1987, ISBN 0-9596877-4-2 Walking Canberras Hills and Rivers - with an excursion to the Googong Foreshores, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1989, ISBN 0-9596877-5-0 Riding Canberras bike paths : a commuter/tourist cycling guide, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1990, ISBN 0-9596877-6-9 Old Bungendore : changing times in an Australian village, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja, Canberra, 1991, ISBN 0-9596877-8-5 Walking the South Coast : tracks from Nowra to Eden, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1993, ISBN 0-9596877-9-3 Canberras historic houses : dwellings and ruins of the 19th Century, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 1998, ISBN 0-9587552-2-1 Namadgi & Tidbinbilla Classics, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2000, ISBN 0-9587552-3-X Walking from the mountains to the Sea, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2002, ISBN 0-9587552-5-6 30 Family Bushwalks in and around Canberra, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2002, ISBN 0-9587552-4-8 Terror and the Scenic Coast, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2004, ISBN 0-9587552-6-4 Unlocking Historys Secrets, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2005, ISBN 0-9587552-7-2 In search of the Barrow boys : John Arthur Barrow, William Henry Worth Barrow, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2006, ISBN 09775328018 The Prime Minister's Lodge : Canberras unfinished business, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2008, ISBN 9780977532810 Exploring Tidbinbilla on foot : twenty bushwalks in Canberras resurrected nature reserve, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2009, ISBN 9780977532827 Exploring Namadgi on foot : 40 bushwalks in Canberras national park, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2010, ISBN 9780977532841 Who lied?
- ASSN Maharashtra Chess Association Nagaland Chess Association Orissa Chess Association Pondicherry State Chess Assn Punjab State Chess Association United Karnataka Chess Association Tamil Nadu State Chess Association United Chess Association Of Chhattisgarh UP Chess Sports Association All Rajputana Chess Association West Bengal Chess Association
- Assisi Seven hundred years ago was he born in Assisi, the quaint Umbrian town among the rocks; and for twenty years and more he cherished but one thought, and one desire, and one hope; and these were that he might lead the beautiful and holy and sorrowful life which our Lord lived on the earth, and that in every way he might resemble our Lord in the purity and loveliness of His humanity.
37 words made from the letters asisan
Misspelling of the day
- ascribes to
- be at the bottom of
- be operation
- being on case
- breaks to smithereens
- bring standstill
- brings pressure to bear
- bundles up