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Division of Words

Rules for the Division of Words at the Ends of Lines, with Remarks on Spelling, Syllabication and Pronunciation

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 11,144 / 47 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: -61.8
LoC Category: P
Downloads: 2,940
Added to site: 2005.11.07
mnybks.net#: 11638
Genre: Language
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r gladiator governor grantor (_law_) habitator imitator impostor impropriator inaugurator inceptor incisor inheritor initiator innovator insinuator institutor instructor interlocutor interpolator interrogator inventor investor juror lector legator legislator lessor mediator modulator monitor mortgagor (_law_) multiplicator narrator navigator negotiator nonjuror numerator objector obligor (_law_) observator operator originator pacificator participator peculator percolator perforator perpetrator persecutor perturbator possessor preceptor precursor predecessor predictor prevaricator procrastinator procreator procurator professor progenitor projector prolocutor promulgator propagator propitiator proprietor prosecutor protector protractor purveyor recognizor (_law_) recriminator reflector regenerator regulator relator (_law_) rotator sacrificator sailor (_seaman_) scrutator sculptor sectator selector senator separator sequestrator servitor solicitor spectator spoliator sponsor successor suitor supervisor suppresso

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