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Spell check of relic

Correct spelling: relic

age-old, museum piece, collector, keepsake, echo, token, smoking gun, suggestion, antiquated, ancient, ancestor, evidence, memento, illustration, remembrance, artifact, ghost, ageing, stiff, sign, incense, mark, memorial, cadaver, dinosaur, carcass, remains, iconography, mandala, collectible, shadow, relics, artefact, corpus, antique, demonstration, antiquity, joss stick, item, proof, pointer, leftover, MARKS, souvenir, ruins, idol, frankincense, collector's item, corse, antiquarian, reminder, trace, monument, burnt offering, testimonial, heirloom, bones, aging, remnants, curiosity, residue, collection, trophy, aged, aureole, vestige, antediluvian, halo, survival.

comer, rising star, up-and-comer.

Examples of usage:

1) This interesting relic, doubtless the oldest ship in the world, once served the Vikings, its masters, as a war- craft. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) In most countries such a relic would be carefully preserved, and made to answer the purpose of an exhibition to the visiting strangers; but here no special note is taken of it, and not without some difficulty could it be found. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) She kept the sacred relic for many years, and at her death it was buried with her in a vault under St. Dunstan's Church, Canterbury. - "England in the Days of Old", William Andrews.