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Correct spelling for MIGTRATION
We think the word migtration 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 migtration
Often enough water of the best quality may be procured by driven, dug, or artesian wells; but, whenever this course is adopted, the wells should be located far enough away from the village, or on land sufficiently high, to make it impossible that there shall be any fouling of the water-bearing strata by the filtration from barn-yards, privy-vaults, or cesspools.
There are voices, spirit voices, sweetly sounding everywhere, at whose coming earth rejoices, and the echoing realms of air, and their joy and jubilation pierce the near and reach the far, from the rapid world's gyration to the twinkling of the star.
Noemi answered in great agitation, "we will go to rome.
In north carolina the real prosperity of the people was imperceptible, by reason of the heavy emigration to the south and west.
True, the mozart model still shines through the fabric, but we seek it less in the art of figuration than in the form and other things which are only indirectly associated with the obbligato style.
The sunday before we leave edmonton i find another set of tents, put up by the immigration department, where east-end londoners are housed pending their going out upon the land.
"ethne," he said again, and there was in this iteration of her name more trouble and doubt than surprise.