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Correct spelling for CALCUTA
We think the word calcuta is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for calcuta
Bismuthite; blende; boracite; bournonite; brochantite; bromlite; bronzite; brookite; brucite; bytownite; calamine: calcite.
After admonishing him several times, the shopkeeper gave him a smart clout on the head.
The train clacked through the yards along the lake front, and ran rather slowly to twenty-fourth street.
As she sat there, a man dressed in the blue shirt and mackinaw trousers and high, calked boots of the logger turned in off the road, a burly woodsman that she recognized as one of jack fyfe's crew.
Fig. 7, plate 63. -four calculi are contained in the bladder.
Snatching up our blankets, therefore, we secured them over our shoulders, and, followed by boxer, endeavoured to make our way through an opening, which as far as we could calculate, led towards the east.
The 1918–19 colgate radiers men's basketball team represented colgate university during the 1918–19 college mens basketball season.
Among certain of his new friends he found a clumsiness of manner somewhat absurdly allied with an attempt at roman austerity; but he was fair-minded enough to see that the middle-class doctor or lawyer who tries to play the cicero is, after all, a more respectable figure than the marquess who apes caligula or commodus.
We've learned what comfort is, i tell you! a bed on the floor, a bit of rosin, a fire to thaw our thumbs, (poor fellow! the paw he holds up there's been frozen,) plenty of catgut for my fiddle, (this out-door business is bad for strings,) then a few nice buckwheats hot from the griddle, and roger and i set up for kings!
How genuine were mr. alcott and his daughter, louisa!
You'll soon be as bad as old mother brodie, and she's the worst in calcutta."
Grasses, cacti, and shrubbery not needing much moisture grow there.