Correct spelling for VIC
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Possible correct spellings for vic
- pic Mr. PIC. Sure, I am sure he stayed at the Murrets also.
- sic "'Deed I fash wi' nae sic freits," said Mrs Catanach.
- tic ↑ "Angola com crescimento anual superior a 55% no sector das TIC" (in Portuguese).
- vac The High Court ruled that the VAC had made errors in law and instructed it to reconsider its decision, the VAC subsequently ruled that the modified version of the game should receive an 18 certificate, which the BBFC accepted.
- vi Wait a minute, Vi!
- vice Gilbert invited Raleigh to accompany him as vice-admiral, but the queen would not let him accept.
- vie When Yetta arrived, they were all looking at the latest number of La vie parisienne.
- vii 119, 145, 153, 165, 200, 227, in Books vii.
- vim Dick lengthened his stride, the dogs leaned to their collars, Sam threw back his shoulders, the girl swung the sledge tail with added vim.
- vip "Now suddenly a bear they see, Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom, Before whom all the dogs do flee, Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom; Kennelman, like a deer, runs fast, Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom, Harpooner slow comes in the last, Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom,"
- Via They then traveled down the Lemhi and across the Divide via Lemhi Pass.
- Vic A stouter heart than Vic Burleigh's might well have quailed now.
- BIC Cello (album), an album by cellist David Darling Cello, a former brand of high-end audio equipment by Mark Levinson (audio equipment designer) Cello (TV series), a Lebanese drama television series Cello (Stationery Company), An Indian Office and School supplies brand owned by BiC.
- MIC Meshes of the superficial network 4-20 mic. in width.
Misspelling of the day
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- bought into
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