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Correct spelling for CONICIDES
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Possible correct spellings for conicides
- Concise(Definition of concise)
- Coincide(Definition of coincide)
In a more clear and concise way than i should have thought the man capable of, he detailed his discovery of his master's body.
It had been kate's wish, with which darrell had gladly coincided, thus to be quietly married, surrounded only by their immediate relatives.
One of the songs, "j'ai connu" (gypsy jazz), addresses the genocides that have occurred during aznavours lifetime.
Cobden and bright and the other manchester men saw, what the men of the world who differ from them never see, that in politics, as in all life, your ultimate interest coincides with morality.
They felt that indiscretion should be reciprocal; for, indeed, he who confides his secret to us unasked generally takes offence at not learning ours in return.
In this sentiment there is not a reasonable man in the country, be he abolitionist or not, who will not coincide with him.
Types of files one detail we've been concealing up to now is that the linux kernel considers nearly everything to be a file.
The general government may concede or withhold permission to the disorganized state to reorganize, as it judges advisable, but it cannot itself reorganize it. if it concedes the permission, it must leave the whole electoral people under the preexisting electoral law free to take part in the work of reorganization, and to vote according to their own judgment.
Or blown over into cornices."