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  • coronal Lo, in this season pensive-hued and grave, While fades and falls the doomed, reluctant leaf From withered Earth's fantastic coronal, With wandering sighs of forest and of wave Mingles the murmur of a people's grief For him whose leaf shall fade not, neither fall.
  • neuronal It is thought that this is due to the fact that each neuronal cell type contains varying numbers of the voltage-gated channels required to propagate a dendritic action potential.
  • panel A bird-cage hung rather high up, against the shutter-panel.
  • parana On the Parana they have killed many wood-cutters, and have even entered vessels by night.
  • paternal So he gazed with tender anxiety at the features convulsed by pain and, when she at last opened her eyes, smiled at her with paternal affection.
  • penal The first of these is evidently the necessary result of the penal laws which had converted the Irish, designedly and with the wilful intent of the legislators, into a nation of paupers.
  • perennial He loves such open-air scenes so sincerely, he knows so well how to express and communicate the perennial charm they have for him, that the veriest bookworm becomes a sportsman through sheer sympathy-by the mere fact of looking at them.
  • peril He declared that it was impossible: that she was precious to the world of Art, and must on no account be allowed to run into peril.
  • perinatal CCE: Certified Childbirth Educator CCM: Certified Case Manager CCNS: Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist CCRN: Certification in Acute/Critical Care Nursing CCTC: Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator CCTN: Certified Clinical Transplant Nurse CDAL: Certified Director of Assisted Living CDDN: Certified Developmental Disabilities Nurse CDE: Certified Diabetes Educator CDMS: Certified Disability Management Specialist CDN: Certified Dialysis Nurse CDONA/LTC: Certified Director of Nursing Administration/Long Term Care C-EFM: Certified in Electronic Fetal Monitoring CEN: Certified Emergency Nurse CENP: Certified Executive in Nursing Practice CETN: Certified Enterostomal Therapy Nurse CFCN: Certified Foot Care Nurse CFN: Certified Forensic Nurse CFNP: Certified Family Nurse Practitioner CFRN: Certified Flight Registered Nurse CGN: Certified Gastroenterology Nurse CGRN: Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurse CHES: Certified Health Education Specialist CHN: Certified Hemodialysis Nurse CHPLN: Certified Hospice and Palliative Licensed Nurse CHPN: Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse CHPNA: Certified Hospice and Palliative Nursing Assistant CHPPN: Certified Hospice and Palliative Pediatric Nurse CHRN: Certified Hyperbaric Registered Nurse CHSE: Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator CHSE-A: Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator-Advanced CHSOS: Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist CIC: Certified in Infection Control CLC: Certified Lactation Counselor CLNC: Certified Legal Nurse Consultant CLS: Clinical Laboratory Scientist CM: Certified Midwife CMA: Certified Medical Assistant CMAS: Certified Medical Audit Specialist CMC: Cardiac Medicine Certification CMCN: Certified Managed Care Nurse CMDSC: Certified MDS Coordinator CMSRN: Certified Medical—Surgical Registered Nurse CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant CNCC(C): Certified Nurse in Critical Care (Canada) CNE: Certified Nursing Educator CNE: Chief Nurse Executive CNL: Clinical Nurse Leader CNLCP: Certified Nurse Life Care Planner CNM: Certified Nurse Midwife CNML: Certified Nurse Manager and Leader CNN: Certified in Nephrology Nursing CNO: Chief Nursing Officer CNOR: Certified Perioperative Nurse CNP: Certified Nurse Practitioner C-NPT: Certified in Neonatal Pediatric Transport CNRN: Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse CNS: Clinical Nurse Specialist CNSN: Certified Nutrition Support Nurse COCN: Certified Ostomy Care Nurse COHC: Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist COHN: Certified Occupational Health Nurse COHN/CM: Certified Occupational Health Nurse/Case Manager COHN-S: Certified Occupational Health Nurse—Specialist COHN-S/CM: Certified Occupational Health Nurse—Specialist/Case Manager CORLN: Certified Otorhinolaryngology Nurse CPAN: Certified Post Anesthesia Nurse CPDN: Certified Peritoneal Dialysis Nurse CPEN: Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse CPHON: Certified Pediatric Hematology Oncology Nurse CPHQ: Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality CPLC: Certified in Perinatal Loss Care CPN: Certified Pediatric Nurse or Community Psychiatric Nurse (United Kingdom) CPNA: Certified Pediatric Nurse Associate CPNL: Certified Practical Nurse, Long-term care CPNP: Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner CPON: Certified Pediatric Oncology Nurse CPSN: Certified Plastic Surgical Nurse CRN: Certified Radiologic Nurse CRNA: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNFA: Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant CRNI: Certified Registered Nurse Infusion CRNL: Certified Registered Nurse, Long-term care CRNO: Certified Registered Nurse in Ophthalmology CRNP: Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner CRRN: Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse CRRN-A: Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse—Advanced CS: Clinical Specialist CSC: Cardiac Surgery Certification CSHA: Certified Specialist in Hospital Accreditation CSN: Certified School Nurse C-SPI: Certified Specialist in Poison Information CT: Certified in Thanatology (dying, death and bereavement) CTN: Certified Transcultural Nurse CTRN: Certified Transport Registered Nurse CTRS: Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist CUA: Certified Urologic Associate CUCNS: Certified Urologic Clinical Nurse Specialist CUNP: Certified Urologic Nurse Practitioner CURN: Certified Urologic Registered Nurse CVICU: Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit CVN: Certified Vascular Nurse CVOR: Cardiovascular Operating Room CVRN-BC: Cardiovascular Nurse-Board Certified.
  • peron "I could tell you some things, Du Peron," he said slowly.
  • personal I counted on the emperor's personal affection, forgetting that princes cannot be our friends.
  • personally There is anxiety enough and uncertainty enough in the question as to whether I can personally please you.
  • personnel Another great adventure was the establishment of our Northern Bombing Group, under the command of Captain David C. Hanrahan, U.S.N.; here we had 112 planes, 305 officers, and more than 2,000 enlisted personnel, who devoted all of their attention to bombing German submarine bases at Zeebrugge and Ostend.
  • perusal But now, after a second reading, Mrs. Poyser is the last figure I think of, and a fresh perusal of her witticisms has considerably diminished their classical flavour.
  • prang In 1875, Louis Prang introduced the Christmas card to Americans.
  • prank There was no piece of mischief, no wild prank, that that boy with the curly fair hair and merry blue eyes did not have a share in.
  • prawn "Oh, that prawn curry! Shall I never hear the end of it? Anyhow I've paid for it fifty times over! Did you ever for a moment dream I would wed a half-caste like your daughter? And again I ask you how you dare come crawling to my compound? Why are you here to-night?"
  • preen Once more afoot, half an hour's walk through shady lanes, with scarce a cottage in sight, leads us past a large, curious-looking old farmhouse at Holt Preen, and so up the hill to Plash.
  • prevail They are, indeed, the great danger of France, and it is amongst the educated and articulate classes of France that they prevail.
  • prion A prion form of the protein alpha-synuclein may be a causal agent for the disease multiple system atrophy.
  • profanely
  • prole
  • prone
  • prong
  • propel
  • prowl
  • renal
  • Purana
  • PRON

239 words made from the letters peroanl

4 letter words made from peroanl:

3 letter words made from peroanl:

neo, pal, pea, enl, ear, ler, ron, roe, pol, rap, era, poe, ale, nap, ore, poa, lap, nlp, eon, alp, pan, apr, ern, pen, one, arp, ola, pel, par, lan, lpn, pro, leo, oar, pre, epa, lao, are, ape, rna, lop, lea, rep, ane, per.

5 letter words made from peroanl:

arpel, loera, anole, paner, pleon, onlap, nepro, prela, oreal, plane, oprea, prole, enrol, orlen, olean, paler, naper, nerpa, ploen, prone, panel, perna, rolen, onlae, lopen, rolpa, laner, onela, orpen, laroe, opera, peano, alero, rapel, learn, nepal, plena, paone, alone, orena, arone, peron, poner, polar, polan, peran, realo, renal, apoel, olpae, poena, penor, peral, perno, leano, paleo, parlo, rolan, lonar, poral, loren, poler, nerol, olarn, narol, plone, perlo, pelor, ealor, naleo, larne, erlan, polen, poale, norea, perol, orale, repla, penal, porla, pareo, proal, anrep, epona, loner, neral, pearl, pelon, polne, preon, plano, lanre, lerna, porae, aplon, opler, pearn, alper, palen, arlon, napro, pleno, apron, nopal.

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