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Correct spellings for IAT

  • at "'I'll go now,' says Calliope, not lookin' at him.
  • bat Some kind of an artist's bat, wasn't it?"
  • cat The cat, leaving its kittens, that were now pretty well grown up, leaped up and on to the top of the cradle and the two floated off together.
  • dat Yes, me, I ain' a-gwine to let him t'ink dat de Ha'isons didn' have no quality.
  • eat And I didn't eat too much, did I?
  • fat The fat man sighed.
  • fiat Part of the home education is the learning of the rules of the different games, which are absolute, and when there is a doubt, instead of a quarrelsome suspension of the game, the fiat of a senior child decides the matter.
  • hat She put up her hands, but she left the hat where it was, and her mother did not ask why.
  • ia "Oh, Santa Maria Joze!
  • Ian "I hope Marian isn't seriously impressed with him," said Grace.
  • INT
  • It I never thought it.
  • lat Submarine activity in Lat.
  • mat Mat had always a kind heart and way with him.
  • Nat On receipt of the intelligence of Nat.
  • oat With such a matzos face like poor Leo, from where he broke his nose, I guess it ain't so easy for him to have his wild oat.
  • pat He heard this man offer to buy Pat this morning."
  • rat It's when is a rat not a rat?
  • sat A most likely-looking place, Lionel thought to himself, as he sat and looked on.
  • tat I could fery well wish, Malcolm, my son, said the old man, tat you would be learnin' to speak your own lancuach.
  • vat "With the title," continued Kai Lung cheerfully, "there goes a sufficiency of taels; also a vat of a potent wine of a certain kind."
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