What is the correct spelling for THCHNIQUES?
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Correct spellings for THCHNIQUES
- mechanics He commented Aristotle and translated his Mechanics.
- thanks "Thanks very much, I must be off.
- techniques However one has to master the techniques and follow all the procedures and requirements very carefully.
- throngs The throngs surrounded the racers, and Harry, flushed of face, panting and laughing, was applauded and congratulated until the din was deafening.
- thinks He thinks they are not half so bad as his neighbor's.
- changes These changes frequently take place in the markets; and in fixing the price for a particular year, we generally make an average of the prices from first to last.
- thinkers They strike a universal note and move Christians, Mohammedans, Jews, free thinkers alike.
- Chinooks As soon as their flight was known, having procured a large canoe of the Chinooks, we embarked, Mr. Matthews and I, with five natives, to pursue them, with orders to proceed as far as the Falls, if necessary.
- chunks They built a small fire and prepared food, serving the hot sweet chunks of white meat in large wicker baskets.
- thongs Hereward Released from Prison To the young Saxon's surprise, the released princess appeared to be as grieved and as revengeful as any follower of the Pictish giant, and she not only advocated prison and death the next day, but herself superintended the tying of the thongs that bound the two strangers.
- chinks The rays of light which twinkled through chinks of shutters might be analogous to the stars produced by a stunned brain; it seemed to the Englishman that if he went up and tried to knock on the door the ghostly house, the ghostly poplar avenue, would vanish.
- changers The baskets of the gardeners and flower-girls were already empty, but the money-changers were full of business, and the tavern and gambling booths were driving a brisk trade.