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Correct spellings for CARG

  • car The car I was in last night!
  • card I saw you take the card, Miss Hohsmann!
  • care "I do care," she answered.
  • cargo The merchant did not sail in every ship whose cargo was consigned to him: why should the farmer watch every waggon loaded?
  • carp When my time comes, as it must do soon, there will be plenty to carp at me; but I shall not care, if I have done my best.
  • cart Mrs. Cameron got down from the cart, leaving Davey in it holding the reins.
  • crag When he awoke it was near midnight, and the moon had risen on the Crag.
  • Carl Carl, be sure to get those studies of the Outsiders artifacts together for me by tonight.
  • Carr When Carr went out, Howard, saying that he would be back presently, went out with him.
  • Cary He was an Oxfordshire man by birth, and an Oxford man by education; he had something to do with Cary, Lord Hunsdon, became an Attorney of the Common Pleas, and died at Amwell suddenly in his bed in 1609, being, as it is guessed rather than known, fifty years old or thereabouts.
  • Cara But all this training took some time, and it was not for another year or two that Cara was really of much use.
  • cars Between the merry-go-round and the stables was a narrow, iron railway track, built in a circle, around which was rushing a big tin engine, drawing a gaily painted train of tin cars, filled with tin passengers that never moved a bit.
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