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Spell check of europe

Correct spelling: europe

Synonyms:
Castile, Czechoslovakia, Britain, Corsica, Scandinavian peninsula, Bulgaria, Australasia, Brussels, Eire, the Old World, Andalusia, Romania, the Antarctic, Atlantic Rim, East Germany, Malta, Sardinia, Galicia, European Union, Holland, Monaco, Swiss Confederation, Great Britain, Asia-Pacific, EC, Germany, Denmark, Alsatia, the Riviera, France, the British Isles, Croatia, Russia, Greece, Brittany, Albania, Luxembourg, Spain, Moldova, Ukraine, Iceland, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Albion, Italy, Gaul, Iberia, Hungary, San Marino, Serbia, Spitsbergen, Central America, europium, climate, Netherlands, the EEC, the Low Countries, Lithuania, Provence, Poland, Austria, EFTA, Holy Roman Empire, Navarre, Slovakia, the Arctic, USSR, Liechtenstein, Cyprus, Gascony, Balkan peninsula, Rome, Normandy, common market, Eu, Sweden, Eurocentric, the Emerald Isle, EMU, the Caribbean, Euro-, Catalonia, White Russia, Andorra, Belgium, Wales, England, Gibraltar, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, West Germany, European Community, Norway, biome, Estonia, the Celtic fringe, Alsace, the EC, Belarus, EEC, Finland, European Economic Community, the CAP, Austria-Hungary, the EEA, areas, Vatican City, Latvia, Paris, Switzerland, atomic number 63, Montenegro, Scotland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the old country, Ulster, Portugal, the EU, Czech, Crete.

Examples of usage:

1) Pretending a knowledge of the situation in Europe, Loose told me the Danes were becoming impatient. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) I had answered them in Europe. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) In the first place, though it has never been well understood in Western Europe, some ten per cent. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

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