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- cell At that moment somebody's cell phone began to ring just outside the front door.
- cello And I am glad you like me, Marcello-if you really do.
- celt But she bravely conquered the girlish fright, went to the dead Celt, loosed, with trembling fingers, the iron band which fastened the helmet under his chin, drew it carefully, tenderly, as if the dead could feel, from his head, then hastened to the cask, half filled it, and carried it with both hands, the long horse-hair of the crest trailing on the ground.
- sills As they gave the signal to start, something-it may have been the mystery before us, or the good things about us, or the mere look of the Thanksgiving snow on the window-sills-seemed to catch at the hearts of them all, and they laughed a little, almost joyously, those five for whom joy had seemed done, and I found myself laughing too.
- Cellos The moist air of the towns on the coast made the wood swell; the dry air of Central India, on the other hand, made it shrink, which was very injurious to pianos, but especially to violins and cellos.
- Cecil He was, I fancy, a year or so younger than his brother Cecil.
- Silas And when I got home to-night and heard Silas was dying, I just couldn't resist.
- Cecily Cecily had no eyes to spare, even for the pet-dogs, on the eventful Sunday when the Squire and his family first appeared again at church after an unusually long absence.
- Celia I think you'd better go, Aunt Celia.
- Cecile He has already had lithographed those drawings of eggs that Cecile made for me, as well as the colored drawings made for me by Braun's sister when I was at Carlsruhe.
- Cells I kill 14 billion cells Fuffin L's – X-Files by House Of Pain
- Chills To the smoke of a hundred coasters, To the sheep on a thousand hills, To the sun that never blisters, To the rain that never chills -- – The Native-Born by Rudyard Kipling
- Eels "Pull up, pull up for ~Snarleyow~ -- 'is head's between 'is 'eels!" The Driver 'umped 'is shoulder, for the wheels was goin' round, An' there ain't no "Stop, conductor!" when a batt'ry's changin' ground; Sez 'e: "I broke the beggar in, an' very sad I feels, – "Snarleyow" by Rudyard Kipling
- Soils Now for the native gifts of various soils, What powers hath each, what hue, what natural bent For yielding increase.
- cellars The sick and wounded took up refuge in cellars.
- silos All we've spent on irrigation an' fences an' silos an' ditches, all gone to heck in a han'-basket.
- seals The Doctor tells of one "liveyere" family that took nine hundred seals in this way: and three to four hundred is nothing unusual.
- sells He sells 35 shares at cent per cent.
- ells Rooms were added, and ells were built, until it assumed its present size.
- COLS Carr, Davis and Dodge were made Brigadier-Generals, but Cols.
- SOLIS The great Solis Theatre, where Patti and Bernhardt have both appeared, covers nearly two acres of ground, seats three thousand people and cost three million dollars to build.