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Correct spelling: declination

ebb, extraction, avoidance, turndown, gloam, refusal, rejection, declivity, worsening, declension, decay, nightfall, denial, downfall, capitulation, evasion, celestial latitude, decline, failure, evenfall, crepuscule, line, ancestry, drop, escape, dip, nonacceptance, no, degradation, deterioration, stock, origin, blood line, parentage, tumble, increase, spill, bloodline, free fall, retreat, eclipse, diminution, renouncement, nay, disdain, disagreement, dismissal, autumn, flight, shirking, pin, decline in quality, filiation, blood, devolution, abstinence, stemma, downgrade, degeneracy, repulsion, DEC, line of descent, atrophy, pedigree, better, repudiation, dusk, disinclination, regrets, surrender, decadence, lineage, degeneration, gloaming, descent, elusion, circumvention, fall, downslope, twilight, crepuscle, disallowance.

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Examples of usage:

1) Another case is when you are somewhere in North latitude and the sun's declination is South. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

2) You will know whether the star is North or South of you by its declination. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

3) Does the apparent motion of a star change its declination or right ascension? - "A Text-Book of Astronomy", George C. Comstock.