What is the correct spelling for STUDIE?

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Correct spellings for STUDIE

  • saudi Group of 19 (G-19) established in NA October 1975 to represent the interests of the less developed countries (LDCs) that participated in the Conference on International Economic Cooperation (CIEC) held in several sessions between NA December 1975 and 3 June 1977; members included Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, Zambia
  • staid So he and mother and Helen have just quietly staid in their rooms at the hotel.
  • stride With a single stride "Mexico" was over the seat that separated him from the platform and reached out his hand.
  • stud As Mr. Crop, his stud -groom, remarked in the peculiar style of English affected by that trustworthy but exceedingly impracticable servant- Take and put him on a 'arf-bred' 'oss, an' he rides him like a hangel, nussin' of him, and coaxin' of him, and sendin' of him along, beautiful for ground, an' uncommon liberal for fences.
  • studded Meanwhile, the police were having great difficulty with the steelbolt-studded door into the room.
  • studied I've studied too much the other way-I know the other way now, every inch of it.
  • studio Just at the last, just before her visit, he was to mention to her that he had met the girl-at the studio -and that she was as remarkable in her way as the picture.
  • study
  • sturdy
  • Studies
  • Studios
  • Sadie I told her I didn't believe in it, but you know, Sadie , when Jennie believed in anything, she would stand by it and act on it.
  • studs
  • STD
  • steadier The men worked steadier and cooler than they had at any time during the day.
  • potluck-supper

63 words made from the letters STUDIE