What is the correct spelling for ITHICA?
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Correct spellings for ITHICA
- attica First the Athenians were masters of Egypt, and the King sent Megabazus a Persian to Lacedaemon with money to bribe the Peloponnesians to invade Attica and so draw off the Athenians from Egypt.
- ethic Here ends Verhaeren's ethic work.
- ethical There was a feeling that an annual sun dance was, from a religious and ethical point of view, necessary to the general welfare, for which some individual ought to sacrifice personal comfort and property to the extent required by custom.
- ethics But this I do know: that it is one principle of ethics , that a person is very apt to become what they are taken to be.
- ethnic In the shock from this he was sensible that he had not seen any woman-and-dog teams for some time, and he wondered by what civic or ethnic influences their distribution was so controlled that they should have abounded in Hamburg, Leipsic, and Carlsbad, and wholly ceased in Nuremberg, Ansbach, and Wurzburg, to reappear again in Weimar, though they seemed as characteristic of all Germany as the ugly denkmals to her victories over France.
- gothic This year also such assistance seemed necessary-this time in the eastern provinces, where the Gothic tribes, especially the Visigoths, fleeing before the Huns, had found refuge on Roman territory, but, driven to desperation by the ill-treatment of the Roman governor, had risen in arms.
- inca I knew that this was the shape of the Inca , for it was then the universal shape of merchant vessels, and I was somewhat used to noticing ships of all kinds that came into our bay.
- ithaca In one case which I investigated near Ithaca , N. Y., the contamination was manifestly from a spring which oozed out of a bank of black-muck soil and stood in pools mixed with the dejections of the animals.
- mythic On Lucian's arrival, the first thing he heard was a rumour that the great Cynic had resolved to die upon a flaming pyre, like the hero who was the mythic patron of the school.
- thick The Vicarage walls are lofty and thick, And the copings are stone, and the sides are brick, – Witches' Frolic, The by Richard Harris Barham