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  • acute How acute, subtle, and tender were those of the former; how ardent, impassioned, yet sincere were those of the mighty and fiery orator, whose eloquence swept the listening multitudes with him, yet whom her little hand had drawn wherever she desired!
  • ate The rogue is growing a little old: Five years we've tramped through wind and weather, And slept out doors when nights were cold, And ate, and drank, and starved together.
  • cad The one comfort was, that there was little enough danger of her seeing in the ill-favoured Bolsover cad anything which need make him-Scarfe- jealous.
  • cadet At this point the horse of one of the cadet officers became unmanageable.
  • cant And it was then, as they made way for others, that the full value of their allegiance was borne in upon him, and he grasped the fact that the intangible barrier which had separated him from them had at last been broken down: His look followed the square shoulders and aggressive, close-cropped head of Phil Goodrich, the firm, athletic figure of Evelyn, who had represented to him an entire class of modern young women, vigorous, athletic, with a scorn of cant in which he secretly sympathized, hitherto frankly untouched by spiritual interests of any sort.
  • canter You shall see Queenie canter; she does go so fast!
  • canute "Come in, Canute, you must be frozen," said the little man, shoving a chair towards his visitor.
  • capet Freed by an effort from the rocky defiles that for a moment had arrested their course, they irrigate, in Bearn, the picturesque patrimony of Henri IV; in Guienne, the conquests of Charles VII; in Saintogne, Poitou, and Touraine, those of Charles V and of Philip Augustus; and at last, slackening their pace above the old domain of Hugh Capet, halt murmuring on the towers of St. Germain.
  • capote All compositions by Kenny Burrell except where noted"Im Just a Lucky So-and-So" (Mack David, Duke Ellington) - 5:15"Mark One" (Will Davis) - 7:11"A Sleepin Bee" (Harold Arlen, Truman Capote) - 4:26"Soul Call" - 7:22"Kennys Theme" - 5:00"Heres That Rainy D
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