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  • act He put his arm tenderly about the trembling little form, and the act brought the tears and he thought her softened.
  • ca Yarloo stood up and gave the call: "Ca-a-a-w-ay!"
  • cad Seriously, though, little wife of mine, I never want you to be out of money, he had said; if I am cad enough to forget you mustn't hesitate to remind me.
  • cart A cart which passed him in its slow progress up the hill, roused him from his painful thoughts.
  • cat Then he called Minnie, the cat, and said-"Look here, Minnie, do you want to go to the baker's with us to buy a loaf of bread?"
  • cd Cd you procure and send me one by B.?
  • co The Polar Publishing Co.
  • coat I brought over the bogman's coat.
  • coot I'm getting crazy as a bloody coot."
  • cot She rose with the sleeping child in her arms and carried it to its cot.
  • cote But down at the farm all was strangely quiet, in spite of the children's voices; and at night the quietness positively kept him awake, listening to the pur-r of the pigeons in their cote against the house-wall, thinking of his grandmother awake at home and harkening to the tick-tack of her tall clock.
  • cr Under the head of Cr.
  • crt
  • cst
  • ct We went on shore and soon found it was Norwalk Ct.
  • cud So he did not go forth from his chamber, but fell to chewing the bitter cud of retribution, listening intently for what terrible affirmation might come flying in to him through his open windows from the excited streets.
  • curt But two things seem to speak in this curt document.
  • cut I must have had quite a cut.
  • cute How cute she must have looked ...
  • cwt I am perfectly satisfied that, if you were to pass a law requiring the men to be paid in cash down, the result would be that we would have a meeting, and we would agree to pay so much per cwt.
  • get Get a policeman, or somebody else.
  • gut We scarcely expected that the pirate would attempt to get through the Gut, and therefore we might hope to pick him up inside it.
  • jet As they stepped within the rays of the solitary gas-jet already mentioned, I cast one quick look into Gilbertine's face, then a long one into Dorothy's.
  • jot Taking up her pencil, she began to jot down the names of those to be invited.
  • jut Rocks, huge and picturesque, jut out into the stream, affording beautiful views of the river and the distant city.
  • kit It is Sir Christopher, the curate, who, in The Ordinary, rebels against Kit: Andrew.
  • oct And, when they reached the house in the October twilight, she had played them for him on this piano.
  • pct
  • tc
  • vt
  • C A. B. C. Triumphant shall be – A Mathematical Problem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Cit
  • Git I never git a penny of it; if it weren't for the little bit I 'ad saved up in the siving-bank, me an' my children 'ud be starvin' now!
  • Got
  • T Then they don?t Don?t be surprised When life turns out to be A trashy old catastrophe – A Really Lousy Day In The Universe by Unknown Author
  • Cato BAT BOY: And Plato- ALL: And Cato- – Show You A Thing Or Two by Unknown Author
  • COD There s a man over broad He ain t just catching cod – Man Over Broad by anvil
  • GT
  • GTE
  • CDT
  • QT
  • JCT
  • KT Sir Peter Laurie, Kt.
  • CTR
  • CATT A catt will neuer drowne if she see the shore.
  • CTN
  • QTY
  • a little on side
  • am alienated from
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