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Correct spelling for DIERECTIONS
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Possible correct spellings for dierections
- Directional(Definition of directional)
- Direction(Definition of direction)
The case for a directional dark matter detector and the status of current experimental efforts".
The dissections in paris used to be performed by the barber-surgeons, as a rule rather ignorant men, who knew little of their work beyond the barest outline of the technics of dissection.
He left london under the direction of the rev.
Scouts were sent out in various directions, and the hunters advanced at a gallop.
All my attentions Changing directions– Can't Fake Affection by kingdom come
Truly, a girl who hath once known what is what, is in the highest degree inexcusable if she respects her digressions; but a hint of this is sufficient.
For these reasons (with more that might be adduced) the presbytery find themselves in duty bound, to god, the present and succeeding generations, to throw in their small mite of a testimony, against the manifold avowed backslidings and defections of all degrees of men, both in the former and present times, from the precious truths of christ, and purity of his ordinances; unto the maintenance whereof, not only they, but all in these lands, are solemnly bound by covenant engagements.
I noticed among other things that the lessons of the recent war in the east had not passed unobserved, for in all the open spaces on the eastern slope of the hill, where the roads were not screened by trees or coppices, lofty erections of hurdles and greenery had been placed overnight to hide the preliminary movements of our troops from the glasses of the enemy.