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Spell check of loop

Correct spelling: loop

apex, cringle, eyelet, draw in, coil, CD, curve, circumference, confines, bottom, compass, curl up, counterpoint, file format, circuit, accompaniment, eyehole, bump, circus, cone, flourish, halo, entwine, spiral, bug, swing, reshape, association, straight, crescendo, curl, articulation, open up, lace, wave, breakbeat, conference, atmospherics, bowl, straighten, dub out, airspeed, Dictaphone, annulus, whirl, enlace, coda, autosave, form, revolve, airlift, round, air pocket, arrange, handbuild, bend, ring, work, crescent, closed-circuit, gyrate, eye, hand-build, rotate, hoop, audiotape, swirl, bulge, league, air traffic control, loop-the-loop, audiovisual, arpeggio, shape, turn, spin, air corridor, circuitousness, blast away, autoflow, accompany, kink, areola, group, roundabout, deform, bubble, edge, bevel, balloon, cadence, loop topology, iteration, browse mode, ball, beat out, interlace, document, twist, descant, twirl, celluloid, grummet, DAT, aerobatics, air-to-air, baton, excerpt, grommet, airborne, dub in, clipboard, clip art, back, brim, edit, intertwine, band, hemisphere, orbit, aerospace, corner, field, circle, blast, automatic hyphenation, airdrop, tat, twine, base, dub, circularity, bang out, looping.

open circuit, uncoil.

Examples of usage:

1) When they rode closer it appeared that its steep sides were washed by a loop of the river near which they previously had settled. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) They were wild, and he ran them out of the hollow and up on high ground before he managed to drop his loop over the calf's head. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) We next extended the loop idea to the horns. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.