What is the correct spelling for ASSIMING?
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Correct spellings for ASSIMING
- arming So he went to Nottingham; and after arming himself with his patent he and a Mr. James built a spinning mill there, one of the first to be built in England.
- asinine The bear had no notion of going off as it had come-it had other designs altogether; and, after shuffling about over the stones-now and then uttering the same asinine snort that had first called attention to it- it marched straight forward to the cliff, just under the spot where Karl was seated.
- asking With the letters that came to me from Flushing this morning is one from your good father, asking for news of you.
- asserting He planted himself squarely before her, the mask lifted and the masterful soul asserting itself boldly.
- assign To the former the French surveyors assign a height of 12,730, and to the latter 13,080 feet.
- Affirming But I, knowing something by this time, of lawyers, was able to contradict them; affirming that the wolf had more than the sheep to do with this matter.
- Aiming You see, a gun is f-f-fastened to the ground, and aiming along a certain avenue that the intended thief has just g-g-got to use in c-c-coming up to the b-b-bait.
- Assailing Their talk was of an article assailing the Professor that had appeared that morning in "The Republican Herald."
- Assaying = A practical treatise on the fire assaying of gold, silver and lead, including descriptions of the appliances used.
- Assessing and Priya Helweg, 1997 Advocacy Strategies for Civil Society: A Conceptual Framework and Practitioners Guide, USAID McGuigan, Claire, 2003 closing the Circle: From Measuring Policy Change to Assessing Policies in Practice, Development Dialogue Team, and Save the Children UK Coe, Jim and Ruth Mayne, 2008 getting the Basics Right: Is Your Campaign Making a Difference?