What is the correct spelling for CAES?
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Correct spellings for CAES
- case And I was your hopeless case We made are way through the bars and cafes And I memorized your heavenly face Where did you go? – St. Ann Of The Wild Blue Eyes by Roch Voisine
- Aces On September 1, 2011, Alaska team owner Wilfred Steven Uytengsu held a rare press conference announcing Tim Cones departure as head coach of the Aces after spending 22 years at the helm with the team.
- Cues Once more, for the third or the fourth time since he had come upon these men, he was struck with the odd notion that it was not real; that he was witnessing a play in which the actors did not know their lines and were missing their cues.
- caves I found these caves -and this!
- caps Under a convenient hedge we made the few changes which were necessary in our clothes, threw away our military caps , and got out our compasses and a very poor sketch map of Buckley's, which was to serve us as a guide for the next hundred kilometres and more, till we could use our proper maps.
- cases While Sir James was receiving the congratulations of his brother captains on being the second in command, no doubt being entertained among them that the Admiral would make most honourable mention of his name as such,-an honour which he so highly deserved, and which is usual in similar cases ,-Captain Ball came on deck, and interrupted the conversation by observing, "Nelson says there is to be no second in command; we are all to be alike in his despatches!"
- cares Anything more would merely add to your cares ."
- capes Between these capes of snow there was an occasional bare patch of clean swept ground.
- cats You don't understand women, Brodie; they're sly like cats ."
- cabs Behind it followed a long line of taxi-cabs, the famous line of taxi-cabs requisitioned by General Gallieni to carry munitions to the battle field of the Ourcq.
- cars But he seemed to be troubled, and passed through the cars frequently, and Calhoun saw that he was watching him closely.
- cans "Right up on the shelf by the cans of paint," replied Bunny, pointing.