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Correct spellings for 0CT

  • act She must act , and must act for herself.
  • at She just looked at me.
  • ca L'individu empoche l'argent, s'en va, et en s'en allant est-ce qu'il ne donna pas un coup de pouce pardessus l'epaule, comma ca , au pauvre Daniel, en disant de son air delibere:-Eh bien!
  • cat "She's a wild cat .
  • cd Records, the duo prepared for Beat About the Bush, their first CD studio album. Blessed with the earth, the earth and dirt is me Thoughts will dawn and flow like a river upon this CD – Natural high by insolence
  • cl
  • cm
  • co
  • cot By this time they had come in beside Blake's own cot , which extended out of the corner of the room, at the foot of Griffith's equally simple bed.
  • cr
  • crt
  • cs
  • cst
  • ct
  • cu
  • cut
  • cv
  • cwt 30 0 0 20 cwt .
  • oct
  • pct
  • tc
  • vt
  • C Pennilesse was the opposite of Thomas Thousandpound, whose name occurs c.
  • Cit
  • It
  • T
  • CB Brig Gen W M Withycombe CMG DSO until 20 Apr 1918 Brig Gen E I de S Thorpe CMG DSO until 18 Sep 1918 Brig Gen H J Brock CB CMG DSO Order of battle World War I From 5 November 1915 to 3 February 1916, the 107th Brigade was attached to 4th Division 8th (Service) Battalion (East Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, 8th/9th Battalion from August 1917, disbanded February 1918) 9th (Service) Battalion (West Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, amalgamated with 8th Battalion August 1917) 10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, disbanded February 1918) 15th (Service) Battalion (North Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914) 107th Brigade Machine Gun Company (joined 18 December 1915, moved into 36th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps on 1 March 1918) 107th Trench Mortar Battery (joined from 1 April 1916) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers (joined August 1917, left February 1918) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918) 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918)
  • CF
  • GT
  • CDT
  • HT
  • QT
  • JCT
  • KT 4. P - R 5, and by following it up with P - Kt 6 we have the same ending previously shown.
  • CTR
  • ET
  • CZ
  • CTN
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