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211. Affix (aanbring) :: Once the border on the wood is engraved a fine cotton canvas is affixed to the wood with rabbit skin glue a binding agent that is soaked in water overnight and then heated
212. Apostrophe (afkappingsteken) :: Out of respect for the opinions of others I try to use apostrophes and commas correctly but Im less interested in the details of punctuation than in nearly any other topic I can think of
213. Apposition (apposisie) :: By postnatal day 5 the developing teeth have reached appositional stage where both enamel and dentine are deposited in the crown
214. Cantonese (Kantonees) :: At Canton however the foreigners had no choice the Cantonese would not let them inside and so they had no opportunity to discover that perhaps here as elsewhere they would rather be outside
215. Grammar (grammatika) :: All journalists I know correct a bit of bad grammar in an occasional quote out of courtesy to the source and reader
216. Grammatical (grammatikale) :: An affected individual after a stroke tumour or wound to the area loses the ability to construct grammatical sentences
217. Homograph (homo paragraph) :: Homographic puns make use of multiple meanings from a single spelling eg pen for writing instrument or animal enclosure
218. Homonym (homoniem) :: Official codes of nomenclature continue to enforce this rule one name one species although rooting out synonyms and homonyms is a constant struggle
219. Homophone (homofone) :: Ive never been good with homophones or homonyms
220. Inarticulate (sprakeloos) :: If they are not tonguetied they are either inarticulate or brash
221. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
222. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
223. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
224. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
225. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
226. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
227. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
228. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
229. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
230. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
231. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
232. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
233. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
234. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
235. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
236. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
237. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
238. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
239. Incomprehensible (onverstaanbaar) :: Man being the measure of all things is infinite and each person is incomprehensible
240. Inversion (inversie) :: These arguments are an almost perfect inversion of the truth
 

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