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Spell check of position

Correct spelling: position

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avocation, joblessness, unemployment.

Examples of usage:

1) That is your line of position. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

2) Yesterday I tried to explain what a line of position was, i. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

3) Captain Martin is here,- we 'll send for him, and ask him the question; but I must say I don't think your position will be a pleasant one after that reply is given. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.