Correct spelling for CIR

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Possible correct spellings for cir

  • air Air doesn't go far.
  • car The car whistle had sounded half an hour before.
  • ci This project was therefore relinquished for the time; but a number of the children of the principal ci-devant German nobles, who, by the Treaty of Luneville and Ratisbon, had become subjects of Bonaparte, were, by the advice of Talleyrand, offered places in French Prytanees, where the Emperor promised to take care of their future advancement.
  • cia Miss Marcia would go straight to that jail, and put her arms 'round Miss Ellice's child, and stand by her till her last breath; and the more she was pussecuted, the closer she would stick.
  • coir Letter of transmittal 4 Introduction 5 History 5 Botany 6 Uses 6 Copra and cocoanut oil 6 Coir 10 Tuba 12 Minor uses 13 Cultivation 14 Selection of location 14 The soil 16 Seed selection 17 Planting 18 Manuring 21 Irrigation 27 Harvest 28 Enemies 28 Remedies 29 Renovation of old groves 30 Conclusion 30
  • cpr The Canadian Pacific Railway Coast Service, also known as the British Columbia Coast Steamships (BCCS), was a division of Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), which began operating Pacific coastal shipping routes in the late 19th century.
  • cr collected Oxf. Oxford cr. created pres.
  • cur
  • fir
  • ir
  • sir
  • Cid When the Cid first began to lay siege to the city of Valencia, this Martin Pelaez came unto him; he was a knight, a native of Santillana in Asturias, a hidalgo, great of body and strong of limb, a well-made man of goodly semblance, but withal a right coward at heart, which he had shown in many places when he was among feats of arms.
  • Cit "Tobacco gives wit To the dullest old cit, And makes him of politics crack-O! The lawyers i' th' hall Were not able to bawl, Were it not for a whiff of tobacco.
  • Mir
  • Cor Eructavit cor meum, as the Psalmist has it; he was an Oriental himself."
  • CIR Mo. Exp. Sta. Cir. 173. 1934.
  • DIR
  • CTR

Misspelling of the day

Causins

  • allowing use of
  • are short of
  • art above
  • art nauseated
  • art nauseous
  • auxin's
  • begging borrow or steal
  • cain's
  • cains
  • casein's
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