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Spell check of architecture

Correct spelling: architecture

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Examples of usage:

1) I believe it is intended to be the finest palace in the world, and if a great many exquisite fancies put together, will form one great conception, then certainly this expression in architecture must be a magnificent work of art. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

2) But we will jump Calcutta, I think, it is too big an order; but before going on may I say that the architecture is, to my mind, better than it is said to be. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) There is the true poetry of architecture! - "Hospital Sketches", Robert Swain Peabody.