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  • bib Whereat "miss" cast down her tools in despair, threw her cap one way, her bib another, and went in to her guests with anything but a rapturous welcome.
  • cab Katharine saw it, too, and exclaimed: "Don't call that cab for me, William.
  • ci As this was an act in which the ci-devant footpad was an adept, he bestowed the property in such a manner, that the sharpest eye might have passed within six feet without perceiving it.
  • cia Carletti also alleges, as the reason for the high price, "that the leaf cia or tea, the quality of which improves with age, is preserved better in those vessels than in all others.
  • cob If Mr Groocock, the steward, happened to meet her on the road he seldom failed to stop his cob, or when she called at the house to come out and inquire what was going on at Hurlston, or to gain any bits of information she might have picked up on her rounds.
  • crib Then each ran back into the house for his or her treasure; a little bag of money under a mattress, or a babe in its crib, or a little rifle, or a dolly of rags.
  • cub "And now," said the captain, sternly, to his daughter, "how dare you sit and talk to that young cub?
  • fib In this case a very small fib indeed serves the purpose: "You must have told him, chick; or perhaps I repeated it.
  • jib "One night, while we were in the tropics, I went out to the end of the flying jib-boom upon some duty; and, having finished it, turned around and lay over the boom for a long time, admiring the beauty of the sight before me.
  • nib Even when, as he wrote, the ink was frozen, and he broke the nib of his pen as he dipped it, "There are really no hardships for the officers," he wrote home; "the men are the sufferers."
  • rib Depth of rib is more important in the male than in the female.
  • Cid At the same time they called him Cid, which meant lord, and from this time on by the king's orders Ruydiez vas called The Cid, because the Moors had so named him.
  • Cit Come, come 1 Cit.
  • Lib Or else we've come into a fortune all of a sudden, an' that accounts for Treacher's playing ad lib.
  • CB Later the event was named 'Airborne March, with the permission of Major-General Roy Urquhart, CB, DSO, commander of the 1st Airborne Division, whereby the Pegasus emblem could be used by the organization.
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