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  • a little on side
  • a musts
  • abjectnesses
  • act jointly
  • act part
  • act reciprocally
  • act the part
  • activenesses
  • acts Aron looked at him with a sneer in his eyes, "You must know, you check your victims before you begin your Judas acts."
  • acts age
  • adding ones name to
  • after midnights
  • after parts
  • alighting up on
  • all iterative
  • all rage
  • alltime
  • am alienated from
  • am dangerous
  • am deficient in
  • am economical with
  • am erect
  • am immoral
  • am invited
  • am killed
  • am party to
  • are the driver's seat
  • art indebted
  • art indecisive
  • art morose
  • ascribing to
  • at future time
  • at ones disposal
  • at the drop hat
  • backlashing
  • baptism name
  • bassest
  • bastilled
  • being beside oneself
  • being valued at
  • being willing
  • being with
  • CADS The West End of London, which used at this season to be so impressive from its splendor, is now a mixed and mongrel horde of straw hats and cads of every description.
  • carts The road is full of carriages, gharries, and dog carts.
  • caters "I think it's marvelous the way our frontier policy caters to the colonists," Mara said quietly.
  • cats She was one of the smallest, and yet the most active of full-grown cats I ever saw.
  • CO'S "There's the Boarderess and Co-" "Lily Rose is not strong and doesn't know much about farm work, and Co's only a kid."
  • coats Into it the boys crept, fully dressed, with the exception of coats.
  • CODS The death of Count William showed the Cods a way toward greater liberty.
  • coitus The figures are not precisely clear, he said to himself, as he ran his eye over the pen drawings, retouched in colour, representing, under the title of The chemical coitus various bottles and flasks each containing a liquid and imprisoning an allegorical creature.
  • coots The chord of the bay was full of floating ice, and swimming about the shoals were thousands of coots.
  • cortes Along the rivers and through the mountain passes, there is an old road that Cortes himself made to lead his little army across to the Pacific."
  • COTES At Mrs. Cotes, 3 Presses.
  • cots Zittelhof's goin' to take up canvas cots.
  • CRTs
  • cs Many of these sturdy motor-drivers, lusty W.A.A.Cs.
  • ct Post Office in heavy block letters inclined to left, in a straight line across the top, New Haven, Ct.
  • CUDS He took her across the big open compound near to the place where the long caravan of heavily laden beasts stood chewing their cuds along one high stone wall, just inside the front gates of the sprawling compound.
  • curtis How strange of him to have been so glad to leave Stephen and the others-even old Curtis!
  • curtsy The little girl ran up to her aunt, dropped a curtsy, and looked somewhat impertinently into her face.
  • cutesy
  • cuties So the boys has been stuffing him full of storys of all kinds and he eats them all up and you could tell him the reason they had the bob wire out in front was to scratch yourself on it when the cuties was useing you for a race track and he would eat it up.
  • cuts A sturdy labourer, with a bill on a pole, strikes slow and strong and cuts down the hedge to an even height.
  • de presses
  • did right
  • dis throning
  • dis till
  • dissuadable
  • flew the handle
  • gets "And I will do my best to see that she gets her chance.
  • GITS And what they expect to see so great, gits me.
  • guts Tear out thy guts for a feast unto Tarum!
  • hast job
  • ictus Men who have yielded it are like cavalry put on the defensive; a very small force with an ictus will scatter them.
  • jets The thunder of the jets died away, the sound drifting wistfully off into the hills.
  • JOTS To the dining-room we walk on air, Disdaining jots and tittles; To feed seems such a low affair- And yet, hurrah for victuals!
  • kits From seven to ten pack up kits.
  • Toys He was kind to such people as he was forced to meet; and he was a favourite amongst the children in that part, for he bought them toys and sweetmeats when he went to Greenock; but he preferred the society of his books to that of his neighbours, and he was impatient of idle talk.
  • TS M. Marts having shown him newspapers in which it was stated that the prince possessed a fortune of five hundred million, he exclaimed vehemently that it was an atrocious calumny, and he defied his most cruel enemies to prove that.
  • TTYS
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