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Spell check of column

Correct spelling: column

byline, standard, exposition, announcement, obelisk, billow, cue, string, cloud, cumulonimbus, rank, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, phalanx, pedestal, national monument, post, stanchion, shaft, drum, advice column, pylon, comment, monument, editorial, mast, arabesque, line, banner headline, classified ad, scaffold, arrangement, framework, centerfold, barrel, foundation, platoon, configuration, pier, cirrus, caryatid, cumulus, bank, file, range, cheesecake, flow, train, cirrostratus, support, caravan, crocodile, row, cenotaph, pilaster, cylinder, article, army, queue, company, memorial, cartoon, coloration, buttress, prop, array, mainstay, gantry, chromatography column, newspaper column, tug, check, tower, cloudy, joist, minaret, monumental, upright, artwork, tugboat, procession, articulation, cirrocumulus, group, tier, chain, pillar, pantheon, totem, towboat, the National Trust, rafter, argyle, chronology, cordon, frame.

Examples of usage:

1) There comes the head of the column. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) The newspaper starts in with the first page, and by the time you have finished the last column oh the last page you may have read a hundred articles, each one of these articles touching on a different line of thought. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

3) The Military Police Bungalow is on the top of the river bank, and beneath us stretched the sands, and the river reflecting violet and gold from the after- glow; then the rolling woods and the distant Chin hills, in purple and red, against the sunset, with one tall rain- column, very slowly passing across the yellow sky. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.