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Spell check of item

Correct spelling: item

pointedness, degree, moreover, souvenir, besides, factor, head, docudrama, compass point, decimal point, group, tip, section, breaker point, info, part, gen, detail, spot, sticking point, 411, material, byline, entity, percentage point, percentage, incident, token, as well, announcement, advice column, cartoon, banner headline, increase, fine print, specific, contention, point of order, yet, constituent, squib, stop, feature, ingredient, technicality, accompaniment, article, documentary, object, stage, portion, full stop, also, starting point, segment, full point, information, breakfast television, point in time, fact, member, distributor point, chat show, medium, call-in, likewise, peak, more, point, organism, bulletin, relic, event, artwork, position, element, whole, power point, docusoap, contingent, paragraph, still, fragment, to boot, particular proposition, broadcast, word, keepsake, concomitant, component, side issue, stuff, level, intelligence, piece, focus, cheesecake, additionally, too, gunpoint, matter, occurrence, circumstance, tidings, fraction, dot, story, closed-captioned, filament, furthermore, further, substance, advice, classified ad, bit, particular, situation, words, centerfold, sidelight, thing, uncos.

compound, whole, totality, sum, composite, entirety, conglomerate, aggregate, total, summation.

Examples of usage:

1) I see you're a stranger here, and I thought I might get an item from you. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) This is also true of almost any other item mentioned above. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

3) The item was in regard to the small- pox, and the attending physician. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.