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Correct spelling for MOLISTICATION
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Possible correct spellings for molistication
The monthly sessions of the court, conducted in colonial times by the "gentleman justices", provided opportunities to transact all manner of public business-from issuing licenses and collecting taxes to hearing litigation and holding elections.
They hurried away, but not before the chief had risen on one elbow and shaken his clenched fist at them, besides displaying a terrible double row of teeth, through which he hissed an unintelligible malediction.
The sallow cheek of the tall woman across from her reddened; the short chin wabbled a bit more than the mastication of the biscuit in hand demanded; a moisture appeared in the inexpressive blue eyes; but she managed a shaky laugh to assist the chorus which always followed pap himes's little jokes.
Making all haste towards the rear, we overtook our comrades just as they had begun to embark; when the little corps being once more united, entered their boats, and reached the opposite bank without molestation.
There is no telling, however, what strange inconsistencies domestication will produce in the matter of food; for cats have been known to refuse everything for boiled greens, when they were to be had.
Hohenlo and norris exerted themselves to procure a mitigation of the young man's sentence, and they excited thereby the governor's deep indignation.
The strength and tenacity of the emulsion depend on the quality of the gelatine, and its freedom from deterioration during the process of emulsification and the subsequent washing.