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  • cabin Everything's quiet down at the cabin.
  • cage Jamie's first duty on Sunday was to clean out the thrush's cage.
  • cain "To dare to love-with the curse on my head that I feel as Cain felt it-is crime.
  • cairn Perhaps the best is in a line with the head of the tarn and the cairn on the Old Man, and another scarcely, if at all, inferior is nearly opposite a very large stone in the tarn.
  • cajun Seventh, Cajun or Cajum, probably Fourcroya cubensis; leaves small, from four to five inches long.
  • cake "Well, give me a piece of cake then," said Jack.
  • can Can I go, Sir?
  • cane Almost before it has touched the ground the cane is pulled and the egret finds itself a prisoner.
  • canny "For," said canny Wynnette, "perhaps now that Le has come back Odalite may return to her first love."
  • canon Canon Howell, Drayton, Norwich; the Rev.
  • capon Give me some capon, Arthur; give me a lot of it!"
  • clan It was always the same thing-the gathering song of the Clan of Donald the Black.
  • coin I am glad to be able to say that I kept the coin.
  • conn I am indebted to Dr. W. C. Sturgis, of New Haven, Conn.
  • corn It's good of you to think of that sweet corn, Mr. Ballard.
  • gain Gain-gain alone to thee is sweet.
  • jain He lived near Mathura Brindaban, and on one occasion was engaged in religious controversy with a Jain ascetic till sunset.
  • jan 14,569. Have you examined your books for January 1868?
  • scan I was thinking of my happy youth, and how from the battlements of our princely castle in Lithuania I, with a telescope, would scan our broad domain; forty-nine villages I could count, and they all were situated on our lands.
  • Kan Feb 6 there marched up from the steamboat landing to the Arsenal a company of 80 Regular soldiers of the 2d U.S., from Fort Riley, Kan.
  • Carny Or Carny, curse him, unless Lucas would move him.
  • CNN Let's you and me and CNN Flip the switch, go back again – Now by shedaisy
  • CTN
  • ICAHN
  • abecedaries
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