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- acre I doubt whether there be an acre of land in the occupation of Sir Arthur, which has not cost ten times its intrinsic value to make it better.
- are Mr. Dean, how are you?
- care "I don't care what you are-I know what you will be.
- ce Quittez ce vilain trou!
- core The visible surface of Jupiter is only the top of a cloud formation, and contains nothing solid or permanent, if indeed there is anything solid even at the core of the planet.
- cr I'd just made up my mind to have a lucid interval, when cr-creak, the front door opened, and in walked- Tom, you're mighty cute-so cute you'll land us both behind bars some day-but you can't guess who came in on our little family party.
- cree "It's so weird," Cree said.
- crew There are three men and two boys in the crew.
- cry Now and then I would give a good deal for a good cry.
- cue Cherami left the fourth shop, saying to himself: "They are not there either; I shan't have my cue this evening.
- cure 789. You mean you would like to catch and cure your own fish, and then sell them, do you?
- ire Obada had met Paula's father in the battle-field by Damascus, and it had often roused his ire to know that this hero's name was held famous even among the Moslems.
- ore Something is going on in that ore property.
- re Two hundred years ago, belief in re-birth was common.
- Ere Ere long his words had the desired effect, and soon she remained quietly in his arms looking up into his face with big, wondering eyes.
- Che Walter Pater, writing of Michael Angelo, truly says:- Michael Angelo is always pressing forward from the outward beauty-il bel del fuor che agli occhi piace-to apprehend the unseen beauty; trascenda nella forma universale-that abstract form of beauty about which the Platonists reason.