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Spell check of law

Correct spelling: law

authority, caveat, requirement, Bible, prosecute, power, gloss, subpoena, prowess, interpretation, standards, commission, prescription, peeler, uprightness, peace officer, honor, sovereignty, hold, flatfoot, command, practice of law, regulation, police officer, ruling, police, institute, grip, finest, injunction, bobby, enactment, patrolman, order, archaeology, act, natural law, behest, applied linguistics, architecture, cop, principle, agriculture, rectitude, archives, statute, the Garda, agronomy, truth, constabulary, convention, bull, postulate, discipline, civil law, axiom, Word, ground, maxim, demand, conscience, commandment, civil liberties, fuzz, bluecoat, bill, assumption, integrity, mastery, virtue, impartiality, foundation, instruction, notice, management, control, officer, faithfulness, Scripture, decree, unwritten law, reason, canon, claim, warrant, jurisprudence, code, equity, sheriff, bylaw, man, source, outline, guide, tenet, judge, constable, archeology, sue, will, justness, rightfulness, proposition, truism, fairness, legality, They, direction, coordination, lawfulness, righteousness, grasp, ethics, lawyer, justice, argument, bidding, copper, gendarme, fair play, explanation, etiquette, due process, Gospel, ancient history, assize, legislation, doctrine, divestiture, acoustics, universal, law of nature, litigate, lex, origin, case law, Revelation, summons, anthropology, reign, aesthetics, dictate, police force, measure, proposal, ordinance, morals, base, writ, basis, right, policewoman, civil rights, government, indictment, policeman, fundamental, sway, theory, constitution, theorem, heat, usage, clarification, rule, edict, supremacy, charge, legal philosophy, precept, domination, decalogue, patrolwoman, garnishment, mandate.

higher law, untruth, partiality, unfairness, unreasonableness, wrong, dishonesty, injustice, favoritism, inequity, unlawfulness.

Examples of usage:

1) If this were the object of the law, it would probably explain much more. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you doeth the law? - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Whatever your captain says is law. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.