What is the correct spelling for TES MOINES?

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Correct spellings for TES MOINES

  • taking How was he taking it? There ain't nobody taking this heart that you're breaking – Why by bee gees
  • teaching She was so amiable, and apparently so susceptible to teaching , that Mary always fancied her on the verge of something better. Use experience for teaching without preaching – Keep It Movin' by xzibit
  • teasing I wish you would not come teasing me. A sucker for your touching - a sucker for your teasing But I'm not out to sneak a feel - I wanna get to freak for real A sucker for your hugging - a sucker for your squeezing I bet you feel it all inside - so let me know I'm qualified – Fight The Feeling by Luis Fonsi
  • technique It will be useful to devise a technique for employing the sun as a background for telescopic observation of birds, thereby making observations possible on a twenty-four hour basis, so as to test these inferences by objective data. The mellowist, moodiest brother rhyming with that rhythmic technique Sort of unique, you'll hesitate to speak – Frenz Vs Endz by Lootpack
  • thickness The Main Reef bed varies from one to twenty feet in thickness ; its "leader," which is richer in gold, from three inches to three feet; and the South Reef, also generally rich, from three inches to six feet.
  • tossing So she crept softly back to the place where she had left her child; then, catching him up in her arms, she ran through the wood to her house, laughing, and singing, and tossing him in the air in such a state of delight that, if anyone had met her, they would have been in danger of thinking that she was mad.
  • touching Oh, it is touching , but dreadful!
  • techniques In psychology, constructivism refers to many schools of thought that, though extraordinarily different in their techniques (applied in fields such as education and psychotherapy), are all connected by a common critique of previous standard approaches, and by shared assumptions about the active constructive nature of human knowledge.
  • teachings Rumors of his teachings spread through the land.

228 words made from the letters TES MOINES