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Correct spellings for CONTIBUTION

  • condition I am certain, sir, that both shoes were in proper condition when I left to go to the last recitation.
  • constitution Does it mean that God's nature is such that he causes happiness to flow from goodness, and suffering from wickedness, in the constitution of the universe?
  • contention The contention continued, however, and at last the Massachusetts court of assistants, in June, 1646, consented to refer the case to a jury.
  • continuation "Well, I want to know when you're going to stop," Delia said to her sister, speaking as if this remark were a continuation , which it was not, of something they had lately been saying.
  • contortion The body must constantly preserve its proper position, without the least contortion , well adjusted to the steps; while the motion of the arms, must be agreeable to that of the legs, and the head to be in concert with the whole.
  • contributing His relations, however, combined to make up a little income for him, though from a hope of his family, he had become a melancholy disappointment; even the Major contributing , in spite of the rather trying incident of the nomination.
  • contribution On opening it he found the following, and no more:- My dear Pastor, In my tent last night, after a fatiguing day's service, I remembered that I had failed to send you my contribution to our coloured Sunday school.
  • contrition "Jack," whispered a voice beside him, and there was Fetuao back again in a state of the sweetest contrition and remorse.
  • contusion Thirdly, A violent contusion of the soft parts, which has at the same time shattered the bones.
  • conurbation The conurbation Alicante–Elche.
  • contributions And the old Archidamus, in the beginning of the Peloponnesian war, when the allies desired that the amount of their contributions should be determined, is reported to have answered, that war cannot be fed upon so much a day.

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