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Correct spellings for CW

  • ca I called to them in the language of some of the aborigines, to go away quickly, using the words "Yau-a-ca-burri!"
  • caw A brute, a grey crow perched this moment on the jalousies, and let out that bitter raucous caw, that would waken the Seven Sleepers or any respectable gamekeeper within a mile; abominable, thieving, cruel brutes they are, with rooks they should be exterminated by law.
  • cc Sixteen shells in each cart; they were 15 cc.
  • cd This e-text is public domain, freely copyable and distributable for any non-commercial purpose, and may be included without royalty or permission on a mass media storage product, such as a cd-rom, that contains at least 50 public domain electronic texts, even if offered for commercial purposes.
  • ce Alfred de Vigny says truly enough: Qu'est-ce qu'une grande vie?
  • ci However, Cherami still possessed a remnant of his handsome fortune; a very small remnant, but enough to keep him from starving; and chance had decreed that the ci-devant beau could not dispose of it, otherwise he would not have failed to make away with it like the rest.
  • cl You would detain me, Mr. Lovelace-I was for paying my respects to the lady the moment I came- Cl.
  • cm Distance lifted, 89 cm.
  • co Everybody refuses to believe it except Marco.
  • cow Before there was any sign of milk the cow gave him a swift kick that sent him flat on his back.
  • cr We will be so cr-rowded....
  • cs "Mummy or no," said Julian, "he'll carry all our provisions and plaids to-day up to the top, which is more than most of your A Cs would do."
  • ct In 1851 when the rates were changed to 3 cents ordinary postage, and 1 cent for drop letters, many of the same stamps appear with the figures changed to 1 or 3, or to 1 ct.
  • cu Jack looked at Homer and said, "Cu vi scias Esperanton?"
  • cv
  • cwt 11,394. Suppose a man were bringing five cwt.
  • kw
  • nw
  • sw
  • C Has prov'd her right, and A. B. C. Of Angles three – A Mathematical Problem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • W To pronounce the word they make use of might trouble you, Being spelt with a C, two Rs, and a W. – 'Look at The Clock!' : Patty Morgan The Milkmaid's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • CB
  • CF
  • CG
  • CH
  • CK
  • CW 3. The absence of q; a useful omission, cw serving instead.
  • MW
  • PW
  • AW
  • WW
  • OW The man said, "Ow-w!"
  • CZ
  • aberrating
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