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Spell check of background

Correct spelling: background

soil, cathode-ray oscilloscope, play down, back catalog, division of labor, reason, out of sight, wisdom, composition, framework, dry land, environment, primer coat, priming coat, telescope, artwork, place setting, bourgeois, solid ground, desktop, assemblage, birth, past, classism, background signal, history, word, fact, context, undercoat, ambit, creation, experience, datum, proficiency, minimize, un, ground, screen background, sophistication, stage setting, detail, the bourgeoisie, minimise, withdrawn, reach, mise en scene, downplay, canon, qualifications, beginnings, savoir-faire, primer, climate, situation, flat coat, business, call, footing, education, A to Z, collaboration, training, practice, chef d'oeuvre, backdrop, findings, state of affairs, information, art, competence, land, knowledge, earth, event, news, priming, circumstance, class, retiring, orbit, class-conscious, classless, report, delegation, career, scene, understate, wit, calling, setting, happen, obscure, background knowledge, beneath, scope, locale, credentials, compass, appointment, range, unnoticed, terra firma, basis, preparation, position, mount, backcloth, conditions, data, oscilloscope, fine art, upbringing.

focus, highlight, foreground, focal point, spotlight, play up, center, heart.

Examples of usage:

1) There was no imagination, no background on which to build. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) In the background several women were weeping. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) Some of its pages stand out from their sad background of reality like one of Salvato Rosa's pictures.... - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.