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  • asp Computer Gaming World in 1993 stated that "We were not impressed with the quality of the digital audio" of the Sound Blaster 16 or 16 ASP, reporting "pops and extra noise" and incomplete Sound Blaster compatibility.
  • cap He picked up cap and stick.
  • cape Cape Smoke - A very inferior brandy made in Cape Colony.
  • caper In spite of them some fifty or more of the biggest fish, dreading the cauldron or frying-pan, making a bold dash for liberty, fairly leaped over the net, most of them, as they rose three or four feet out of the water, clearing the heads of the negroes, while several sprang right into their faces, capsizing one stout fellow, and making two or three others howl and caper in a way which set the midshipmen roaring with laughter.
  • capo Cabron, Cape, or Capo del Enamorado.
  • case I will say, However, I stand ready to meet whatever you may think proper to do in the case.
  • caste "You will see him again in the morning," repeated the half-caste; "and you will see, I assure you, another kind of man."
  • cop But why did you sneak out of the house the other night like a cop in plain clothes?
  • cope How could she have expected to cope with such a man as this?
  • copse They walked up to the copse without saying a word.
  • copy He presented to me to-day a remarkable letter, of which the following is an exact copy.
  • coupe Enguerrand, who, thanks to his mother's care, was beginning to be an intelligent and interesting child, though he was still painfully like M. de Talbrun, was always with them in the coupe, kindhearted Giselle thinking that nothing could be so likely to assuage grief as the prattle of a child.
  • cpa The Ceramic Archive was developed in the late 1980s, when a new home was needed for the Craft Potters Association archive, which was initiated in the early 1970s by Robert Fournier, a CPA member.
  • cpi
  • cps
  • crape It is needless to say how keenly the public were moved by the sight of their brave defenders, several of them scarred and mutilated, many tottering from weakness, some wearing on their sleeves bands of crape, tokens of mourning for kinsmen lying in Russian earth.
  • crepe
  • cs
  • cst
  • cup
  • cusp
  • espy Let the young folk go on with their gambols; let them dance to your old harper's minstrelsy; and if they please to kiss under the mistletoe, whereof I espy a goodly bunch suspended at the end of the hall, let those who like it not leave it to those who do.
  • gape
  • jape
  • scope
  • spa
  • spew
  • spy
  • Cops What are those cops comin' here for?
  • caps If you observe any great crowd in England to-day you will find in it few hats of any kind; it is in the main a sea of caps.
  • capes Sailing along the shore, he believed that the various capes which he passed were islands, and not until he reached the mouth of the great Orinoco River did he conclude that what he had discovered was not an island but a great continent.
  • cups
  • cusps
  • ESP
  • SP
  • USP
  • TSP
  • CPU
  • CPO
  • COPES Three other wardrobes were also stored with goodly vestments, and there were twenty-six in daily use. The total is 179 copes, fifty-one chasubles and ninety-two tunicles, and the colours were red, purple, black, white, green, yellow, blue, red mixed with blue.
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