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Correct spellings for BUEAU
- ba 1. duk a-gub-ba ...
- baa Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes, marry, have I, Three bags full;
- bar You were at Temple Bar?
- bay The following is his account of an attempt to attack a French squadron in the bay of Brehat.
- be What's it to be?"
- bead Now the fighting was resumed with redoubled spirit and noise, and when morning came, affording sufficient light to bring out the "bead sights" on the Kentucky rifles, the matchless marksmen in Clark's band forced the British to close the embrasures and entirely cease trying to use their cannon; but the fight with small arms went merrily on until the middle of the forenoon.
- beak A white pigeon was on the sill outside his window, tapping with its beak on the glass.
- beam I heard the villains cry-"one more run with the beam, and down it comes!"
- bean The green scum from the nearest gutter, a handful of weed from a pond, a bean-plant, some fresh-water mud, a frog, and a pigeon were the ultimate authorities of his course.
- bear "For a few days Old King Bear was perfectly happy.
- beat "We must hope that they will prove friendly, for if not we shall have to beat them or be cut to pieces.
- beau "Ah ciel, comme il est beau!
- Bah Bah, man, you will get a new lord!
- Beaus Behind the hull consarn, was a great wide flat stair, with two pussy fellers a standing on it,-each on 'em holding to a yaller tossel fixed tight to the coach and dressed out like folks in the theatre, with great high boots, and topped off with a wide rim of white, wide white cuffs to their coats, and white ribbons and beaus twisted round their hats.
- Bauer In an effort for the intimate life of the country March went two successive mornings for his breakfast to the Cafe Bauer, which has some admirable wall-printings, and is the chief cafe on Unter den Linden; but on both days there were more people in the paintings than out of them.