I am trying to read a microfilmed newspaper article, and because of the poor quality the opening few letters of one of the words are obscured. Based on the context, I thought someone might be able to guess the missing part. The sentence, from “Seattle Wireless Agent Arrested”, in the June 28, 1910 issue of the Morning Oregonian, reads:
and the word that appears to end in “nctuated” is the one that has me puzzled, although I suspect it is one of those big-lawyer-words. A scan of the article sentence is at:
Thanks in advance, All Hail Uncle Cecil!, etc., etc.