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Correct spellings for BAACK
- aback He was a little taken aback.
- baa I would like to baa at him again, but I dare not with all these foreign folk.
- back Get back out of the way!
- backer "I am the backer," said Castelbajac, "and that ought to be enough, I think."
- Backs We pulled away as fast as we could lay our backs to the oars, for we had a good chance of being hit.
- bag And taking his bottle and bag, he trudged to court.
- bake You couldn't learn to bake an article like that in a life time.
- baku I suppose by the time that you will go to India all this prelude will have vanished, you will rattle through in a train-de-luxe from Calais, by way of Baku or Constantinople; you will have none of this effect of a deliberate sullen approach across limitless miles of sea.
- balk Why, you will not balk me, Mattie?"
- bank He put it in the bank, just as his father would have put it into a strong box under his bed.
- bark But the taste of fresh bark was in his mouth, and soon he was back with another beaver.
- barrack When the day was done, and sleep was upon the barrack-house, my heart waked up and I knew that I loved Soada as I had never loved her.
- bask Out in the porch he would come to bask in the sun for hours with animal content.
- BC From what we have just been considering, you will at once see why bc must be the length of the side of the new square.
- beak The beak is short and thick; the back of the head and a large patch just above the tail are golden brown; and across the wings are narrow double bars of white.
- beck He was at her beck all day long.
- Becky "I should think we did," said Becky.
- BIC On the 18th, when off the Island of Bic, they were joined by Wolfe in the Richmond, and five days after picked up Durell at the Ile aux Coudres.
- bk 345-357, for Bernadotte's suspicious delays on this day; also Marmont, bk.
- black If the onion turns black, throw away all the mushrooms.
- bock I go to a cafe and order a bock.
- buck I'm leaving Buck here to watch you."
- BUICK The Buick motor was music to his ears and, although Robert was not home folks, at least the dog knew him as a friendly neighbor.
- disciplines oneself
- disciplining oneself