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- cayuse When he reappeared, he was leading Midget, a little silverpoint runt of a Klamath Indian pony, and Moses, a sturdy pinto cayuse from the cattle ranges over in Trinity County.
- crass And, indeed, so can five seconds, when wonders are working, but the crass ignorance of humanity oft prevents the operation being seen.
- crocus The braids of her yellow hair were bound in wreaths, and on one side of her head a saffron crocus was stuck with the bell downward.
- cross Let them shine and floss Young boss get tossed If caught up in the cross Hot Boys, fourteens and sixteens thuggin – Ride 2 Night by Unknown Author
- crux Every Sunday morning proved the crux of her experience, and Mrs. Caukins' nerves were correspondingly shaken.
- curious I, too, am a person; I am different and curious.
- Crees Raven was still speaking, the half-breed interpreting to the Crees and the Assiniboines, and now and then, as the noise from the chanting, drumming Indians subsided, the policemen could catch a few words.
- Cries Madame," cries the other, "you little know!
- Crows Large flocks of crows-the most soldier-like bird in the world-with their high-perched vedettes when alighted, and their military line of march when on the wing, afford some lessons of diversion and instruction.
- Curios Mrs. Saunders has a very large and valuable collection of Indian relics and curios, and at the moment of my arrival was following with great interest the progress of a State Highway cut immediately in front of her door, which was uncovering, evidently in an old graveyard, some stone mortars of unusual size and considerable antiquity.
- Cruz There were couriers racing inland in all directions to tell the people of Mexico, also, that war had come, but the despatches of the general commanding their forces on the Texas border were carried by a swift schooner from Matamoras, on the coast, directly to Vera Cruz.