What is the correct spelling for AHEADING?

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Correct spellings for AHEADING

  • ahead But already they could see ahead .
  • awarding The two had thereupon squeezed through to Ruth's side; Peter in his formal introduction awarding to Garry all the honors to which he was entitled, and then Ruth, remembering her duties, said how glad she was to know them; and would they have lemon or sugar?
  • beheading In one of those towers Murdoch, the blind Duke of Albany, was imprisoned for seven years by James I before he was executed at Stirling; and they say that in the green hollow where the great red ruin glows he can be seen walking in the moonlight on the anniversary of his beheading .
  • eating But, while eating it, I worked for a future purpose.
  • ending And this was to be the ending of Lily's dream!
  • harding In November Mr. Harding made a tour of inspection and found the fortifications of the Canal inadequate.
  • heading It looks, though, as if she were heading straight for us.
  • heating A correct relation between the weight of the storage heat mass above the heating element, and the weight of the sole plate beneath the heating element.
  • herding He had had no moment of his own to-day, no opportunity to ride for a call on his new friends, and now, after he rested a little and ate, he would go back to work with his men, night-herding.
  • hiding There will be many khors now and in each one of them we will find a safe hiding -place.
  • hoarding The definite biography-dead father, ailing mother-hard work-hard life-hard-won post as High School Mistress, were but as the hoarding on which was pasted the artistic poster of their meeting-their parting.
  • Adding It's only adding one crime to another to come near you.
  • Aerating A very common mode of aerating bread in America is by the effervescence of an acid and an alkali in the flour.
  • Aiding Though Claw-of-the-Eagle's strokes grew slower and slower, Pocahontas's strength was aiding him.
  • Evading The trick of evading the musk ox I had learned from the dogs.
  • Hating Well, there I was hating it when the final moment came.
  • Heeding Without heeding the landlady who was dying to tell him the news, he walked straight into the room where the child sat at the table playing with a new doll.
  • Hooding Some of them had even been present when Mrs. Marrows,-a faded old woman with bleached eyes and a pursed-up mouth, her shawl hooding her head and pinned close under her chin with her thumb and forefinger,-had begged Captain Joe to try the Susie Ann for a few loads until Abram could "ketch up," and had heard his promise to help her.
  • hording He began to think about how peculiar the world was with its interdependent members that made up units of one entire whole; and that interaction of one species with another was merely for the need to gain sustenance outside the unit, that the frenzied propagation of a species to ensure its continuum was kept in check by voracious predators; and that individual persons, considering it an enjoyable sport, incessantly tried not only to sustain themselves but also to thrive by hording avariciously or seeking pleasures gluttonously at the sake of others within the unit, striving for even more so as to think of themselves as successful in partaking of the good.

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