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  • bet "You bet I vos here! If you took a notion I'll bet A good hog would moke a hell of a pet – Hand for the Hog by Unknown Author
  • diet Truly thou wert never meant for a prince, as we heard from thy own lips, the day of the Diet at Wollin. Hate that all of our memories happen in a Hyatt You were perfect before you went on a diet – Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) by lloyd
  • get Come to get you!" Here's what you get For things that haven't happened yet – Pretty Mary K by Elliott Smith
  • jet Except for the single gas-jet under a green shade that hung above the big desk, the room was dark. So hath the diamond's bright ray been set In night, and wedded to the negro jet. – On the Marriage of a Beauteous Young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man by Francis Beaumont
  • let S'pose I was to let go?" And if you had to leave me I couldn't let you And the way my arms have held you, they can't forget you – Hey Love (It's A Feeling) by Bonnie Tyler
  • net In rich men's halls the lamps are burning yet; But fish come alway to the rich man's net." Playin' on both sides of the net Too many people want too many things And you only want to forget – Red Light Fever by Liz Phair
  • pet She knew something of the Johnson set before she wrote "Evelina," and became the doctor's pet. Little bug for a pet New Orleans, gotta get – Hate to Feel by alice in chains
  • set However, he set out. "So, out of the trenches, with features set, On that hot, still morning, in measured pace, Our column climbed; climbed higher yet, Past the fauss'bray, scarp, up the curtain-face, – San Sebastian by Thomas Hardy
  • tet Campaign participation credit World War II: Normandy (with arrowhead); Rhineland (with arrowhead); Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe Vietnam: Counteroffensive, Phase III; Tet Counteroffensive; Counteroffensive, Phase IV; Counteroffensive, Phase V; Counteroffensive, Phase VI; Tet 69/Counteroffensive; Summer-Fall 1969; Winter-Spring 1970; Sanctuary Counteroffensive; Counteroffensive, Phase VII; Consolidation I; Consolidation II; Southwest Asia: Defense of Saudi Arabia; Liberation and Defense of Kuwait; War on Terrorism: Campaigns to be determined Iraq: Liberation of Iraq, Transition of Iraq Note: the official Army lineage, published 15 February 2015, lists "Campaigns to be determined".
  • vet He has a raging tooth, and there is no dentist for miles round; he falls sick, or sprains his ankle, and the only doctor at hand is a half tipsy vet., or perhaps an old woman skilled in herbs, or a bone-setter with a local reputation. Don't forget, hire a vet he hasn't had that much fun yet – Berlin by Lou Reed
  • wet Thaddeus felt his hand wet with her tears. Cause you're smooth, and you're wet And she's not aware yet – Brianstorm by arctic monkeys
  • yet Yet he could not find himself. I ain't tol' you nothin' yet. We gon' sing a cave duet – Lucky by Unknown Author
  • It Pollnitz, it is Pollnitz! In Muirthemne, and over it In changeless Ogham letters writ -- – Baile And Aillinn by William Butler Yeats
  • Met That was the way we met-that was-the way-we-met." And in the broad highway, I met; Along the broad highway he came, His cheeks with tears were wet: Sturdy he seemed, though he was sad; – Last of The Flock, The by William Wordsworth
  • INT /// The builder abstraction/// public interface ICarBuilder{ string Colour { get; set; } int NumDoors { get; set; } Car GetResult();} /// /// Concrete builder implementation/// public class FerrariBuilder : ICarBuild
  • ET 112, vitia sua et amat simul et odit.
  • ie But whether she spelled her name with an ie or a y, and stood five feet six or four feet five, she was the same Jerry who had defended Harold against Tom Tracy, and been ready to go to prison, if need be, for Mr. Arthur.
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