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Correct spelling for DORECTOR
We think the word dorector 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 dorector
This is religious fortitude which but few possess, but i believe it is with them sincere, for in going over the institution with the director, i observed they spoke of it as a matter of holy triumph.
You will find in the inexorable sequence of events a corrector of these faults more potent than any critics can be.
This is the counter declaration of the directory.
If there had been a lookout card in, and then you would reconsider the case in june 1963, when he applied, would you not then normally have notified the fbi and the cia that here was a returned defector?
Being asked whether he did not get imposed upon with bad bank-bills, he replied that he subscribed to a bank-note detector and consulted it closely whenever a note of any size fell into his hands.
Again he studied the gate, the men standing beside it, the building beyond in which was the all-important reactor.
I got to washinton all safe, an went direct to the white house.
Is Larry the cable guy an actor? Oh well, he's got a tractor– Friends With Tractors by Rodney Atkins
Wouldn't you like me to call a doctor?"
Then while he was going up a small, dark stairway, the proctor st. aignan, who had placed some men in ambush in a closet, heard the noise, and demanded what it was; whereupon he was told that a man was trying to enter secretly into his house.