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  • caption In the copy of the original, the Plate text contains the notation "X 2" after the caption to let the reader know that the image was enlarged by a factor of two.
  • coronation Thy grandfather and myself were boys together at the coronation of Alexander the Second; and that is eighty years ago.
  • corporation But even the great facilities of the steel corporation proved almost inadequate for Tom's giant cannon.
  • correction "You don't mean that he has actually gone off with-" began Mrs. Henley, but was checked by the old man's smile of correction .
  • corrosion The dust and corrosion of ages which had made this door so hard to open, by filling up the tiny spaces between it and its framework, had also rendered these cracks utterly imperceptible to the eye.
  • corrupting What lies within Is but a corpse, corrupted and corrupting .
  • corruption Or it may be only a corruption of perils.
  • creation "To be sure we did," answered Carrie, "and he said, 'anywhere in creation but there.
  • croatian I- Rather, a mile below there at the Croatian settlement on Mount Harris.
  • eruption The last great eruption of the volcanoes occurred a little more than two hundred years ago-so the inhabitants laugh if you speak of danger.
  • gumption At any rate, with a gumption rare in small boys of his age, Fred forbore to worry the topic further.
  • irruption The bolder children, much excited by the alarums and excursions of the past few days, and by an irruption of French troops at six o'clock, know that the French commander has quartered himself in this room, and are divided between a craving to peep in at the front windows and a mortal terror of the sentinel, a young gentleman-soldier, who, having no natural moustache, has had a most ferocious one painted on his face with boot blacking by his sergeant.
  • corruptions Many professors make their striving to stand rather in an outcry of words, than in a hearty labour against the lusts and love of the world, and their own corruptions .
  • hold-up

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