What is the correct spelling for WHITTMAN?

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Correct spellings for WHITTMAN

  • ottoman The introduction being over, Julia seated herself on the sofa, while Fanny took a seat on a low ottoman near her uncle, but partially behind him.
  • vitamin , in liver failure) lead to the formation of PIVKAs (proteins formed in vitamin K absence) which are partially or totally non-gamma carboxylated, affecting the coagulation factors ability to bind to phospholipid.
  • whiten It is night, and the North Wind is smiting grandly his "thunder harp of pines," while the window panes whiten and rattle with the sheets of snow that are flung against them by the storm.
  • whiting And if he could so save Jeffrey Whiting and did not do what was necessary-did not speak those nine words-would he, Joseph Winthrop, be responsible for the death or at least the imprisonment and ruin of Jeffrey Whiting ?
  • whitman And therefore every impression of America which the travelling Englishman experienced confirmed his theory of Whitman .
  • witting Sources may be neutral, friendly, or hostile, and may or may not be witting of their involvement in the collection of information.
  • woman What are you laughing at, my worthy woman ? she asked me do you wanna come in I said wait a minute woman – There's A Price 2 Pay by afroman
  • woodman Tells how to forecast the weather, and in fact treats on every phase of nature with which a Boy Scout or any woodman or lover of nature should be familiar.
  • wotan Then Wotan sent Loki out in search of gold.
  • Whetting I knew Count Tomes passed for somewhat of a scandal-monger, so his remarks made little impression on me beyond whetting my curiosity.
  • Whittling Carrados had been putting the last strokes to the pencil, whittling it down upon the table.
  • Atman Buddhism rejects the Upanishadic doctrine of Brahman and Atman (soul, permanent self, essence).
  • Hartman 164 B; but see J. J. Hartman , An.
  • Pittman aegyptius conjunctivitis has also been observed in the southern states of the United States [Pittman].

144 words made from the letters WHITTMAN