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Correct spelling for DECOARTING
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Possible correct spellings for decoarting
- Carting(Definition of carting)
- Coating(Definition of coating)
- Docketing(Definition of Docketing)
- Decoying(Definition of Decoying)
- Courting(Definition of courting)
- Derogating(Definition of Derogating)
- Departing(Definition of departing)
- Darting(Definition of darting)
Thousands were employed in clearing away the rubbish and carting it off so as to make the streets, at least, free for traffic.
The silver of the positive plate gradually wastes away and the negative plate gradually gets an extra coating of silver.
This is the job of the address decoding circuitry, and that establishes the memory map of the system.
Rumor, one day, brought the story, that the foreign woman, who had been the subject of so much village scandal, lay ill, and was fast failing; and on hearing this, adele would have broken away from all the parsonage restraints, to offer what consolations she could: nor would the good doctor have repelled her; but the rumor, if not false, was, in his view, grossly exaggerated; since, on the sunday previous only, some officious member of his parish had reported the frenchwoman as strolling over the hills, decoying with her that little child of her fellow-lodger, which she had tricked out in the remnants of her french finery, and was thus wantoning throughout the holy hours of service.
Has he really been to see you, and is he courting you in earnest?
To show that oxygen, or some equivalent, is necessary for the support of combustion, fix two or three pieces of wax-taper on flat pieces of cork, and set them floating on water in a soup-plate, light them, and invert over them a glass jar; as they burn, the heat produced may perhaps at first expand the air so as to force a small quantity out of the jar, but the water will soon rise in the jar, and continue to do so until the tapers expire, when you will find that a considerable portion of the air has disappeared, and what remains will no longer support flame; that is, the oxygen has been converted partly into water, and partly into carbonic acid gas, by uniting with the carbon and hydrogen, of which the taper consists, and the remaining air is principally nitrogen, with some carbonic acid; the presence of the latter may be proved by decanting some of the remaining air into a bottle, and then shaking some lime-water with it, which will absorb the carbonic acid and form chalk, rendering the water quite turbid.
Rome was given up to art and religion; it was still decaying, picturesque, pathetic, and majestic.
Grace and miriam, who were on the decorating committee, had spent the greater part of their day in the gymnasium.
In fact, he was anxiously debating if he mightn't have passed the abandoned bulldozer when he came upon the place where blasting had been going on.
A moment later the flames formed a brilliant background to a pretty picture, and mrs. harold was repeating softly, as the upspringing flames filled the room with, their light and rested lovingly upon the young faces upturned to here: each night when three bells strike the hour up in the old clock's lofty tower, a flashing beam, a darting ray their message of good faith convey.