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  • az Common sense iz all greek tew these kind ov phellows, they kan often rite poetry that reads az smooth and sweet az ile and molassis mixt together, and kan even deliver lekturs all around the kuntry, but one dose ov common sense would take all the starch out ov them, and leave them az limpsey az the nek ov a ded goslin.
  • ca "Comme ca;" and the Italian made sundry rotary motions of the arm, as if grinding an invisible hand-organ.
  • cab "Never mind the cab," said the girl.
  • cad When my wrath cooled I felt that I might have acted the cad but I had not acted the simpleton.
  • cadiz The preparations for Philip's great fleet had been going steadily forward in Lisbon, Cadiz, and other ports of Spain and Portugal, and, despite assurances to the contrary, there was a growing belief that England was to be invaded.
  • cafe Then he gave the waiter a couple of dollars out of his own pocket and wrote Van Bibber's name on the check, and walked in state into the cafe, where he ordered a green mint and a heavy, black, and expensive cigar, and seated himself at the window, where he felt that he should always have sat if the fates had been just.
  • caff
  • cage
  • cain
  • cake
  • cali
  • call
  • cam
  • camus
  • can
  • cane
  • cap
  • cape
  • capo
  • car
  • card
  • care
  • carp
  • cart
  • case
  • cash
  • cask
  • cast
  • cat
  • cause
  • cave
  • caw
  • cay
  • clue
  • coup
  • cu
  • cub
  • cud
  • cue
  • cup
  • cur
  • cut
  • gaul
  • gauze
  • gauzy
  • jazz
  • razz
  • Cal
  • Came
  • Carl
  • Luz
  • Cato
  • Carr
  • Cary
  • Claus
  • Cruz
  • Cai
  • Cara
  • caps
  • cats
  • cabs "Will you call some cabs, please," said she who was obviously the leader.
  • cars
  • cans
  • caws
  • AUX For my own part, I believe little Tobie has a nest in some closet on Rue du Pont-aux-Biches or Place du Chevalier-du-Guet.
  • CCU
  • CPU
  • CATT
  • CZ
  • CAMS
  • CADS "And you'd have to take men-women are no good, and, besides, there aren't any-and I won't have all sorts of clerks and cads making free in the house with my sisters," said young Joe severely.
  • CAPH
  • TAUS
  • allround The 1890 World Allround Speed Skating Championships took place at 3 and 4 January at the ice rink Museumplein in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • discommending
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