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Correct spelling for INSEMIATION
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Possible correct spellings for insemiation
In the case of heterosexual couples who are finding it difficult to conceive, before artificial insemination is turned to as the solution, doctors will require an examination of both the male and female involved in order to remove any and all physical hindrances that are preventing them from naturally achieving a pregnancy.
The voyage was tedious, and some time before it was ended the dowager had given grace an intimation of the probability there was of jane's becoming, at some future day, a countess.
People laughed at seeing these two names in juxtaposition over the door; so the lawyers thought it advisable to separate them by the insertion of their christian names.
He flushed with angry shame, reading an insinuation into my careless remark, when i had not the remotest intention of reminding him that his customary object in coming down town was to play the parasite and the sponge at my expense.
Any more cids, or songs of roland, or nibelungens, or kalewalas are out of the question,-nay, anything at all like them; for the necessary insulation of race, of country, of religion, is impossible, even were it desirable.
"yes," said the girl with the first trace of animation in her face.