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Correct spellings for CASIER
- caesar First she thought of Caesar himself, whose eye had met hers, and for whom she had prayed and offered sacrifice.
- case The case was just this.
- cased The space occupied by the ancient city is stated to have been nearly 2,000 feet in diameter, surrounded with a fosse, or ditch, of immense depth, and two ramparts, inner and outer: on the inner, which was much higher than the outer, stood a wall nearly 12 feet thick at its foundation, of flint and chalk, strongly cemented together, and cased with hewn stone, on which was a parapet with battlements.
- casein Galalith (Erinoid in the United Kingdom) is a synthetic plastic material manufactured by the interaction of casein and formaldehyde.
- cashier Present this to the cashier.
- cassie Bluebird", by Jim White from Drill a Hole in That Substrate and Tell Me What You See "Bluebird", by Katie Noonan from Skin "Bluebird", by Sara Bareilles from Kaleidoscope Heart "Bluebird", by Spencer Krug from Beast Moans "Bluebirds", by Adam Green from Friends of Mine "The Blue Bird", by Charles Villiers Stanford "Blue Bird", by Cassie Steele from How Much for Happy "Blue Bird", by Kobukuro
- caste Social barriers, caste feelings, family feuds, personal quarrels, national antipathies, alike go down before the virtue of the blood of Jesus.
- Casey At four o'clock Casey called at the Editor's room and demanded of Mr. King what he meant by the article in the Bulletin just issued, and was asked to what article he alluded?
- cashiers The clerks are behind the desks, the cashiers at their posts, the section managers at attention, the elevators banked and waiting at the ground floor- Then- Nine o'clock!
- cases His friends had first tempted him with a cigar; then, as his first smoke produced the strange effects common in these cases, they had induced him to take a little strong punch as a remedy.