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Spell check of role

Correct spelling: role

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Examples of usage:

1) She had been an iceberg that night; she had assumed a role of which he had not deemed her capable. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) He was accustomed to a world in which his occupation and social status were assured, and childhood experience probably led him to assume the farmer's role naturally. - "Frying Pan Farm", Elizabeth Brown Pryor.

3) He retained the detached and distant manner with slight acquaintances which his role of an observer in Society had taught him. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.