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Correct spellings for IT5

  • at 185, 186. Saratoga, Burgoyne surrenders at , iii. Look at how we roll mami this is where it's at But if you got a man he don't do it like that – Bring It Back DJ (Single) by maino
  • bit Talk to him a bit .... But JACK, is not, the average guy He took a piece of the pie and bit it Got with it, for his brother he did it So you gotta admit it – Jack Of Spades by boogie down productions
  • ct Access Health CT will enable people and small businesses to purchase health insurance at federally subsidized rates.
  • fit When it was almost dark the fit of weeping had passed off. Such Tributes are, like Tenures, only fit To shew from whom we hold our Right to Wit. – On the Death of E. Waller, Esq. by Arphra Behn
  • i'd
  • ia
  • il The first line is taken from Il .
  • in "You are right in that.
  • ir
  • iv
  • kit
  • lit
  • mit
  • nit
  • pit
  • sit
  • ti
  • ut
  • wit
  • Cit Carnegie library, libraries built with grants paid by Carnegie The Carnegie Medal (literary award), a British award for childrens literature Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT), now part of the Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Museum of Art, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which awards the Carnegie Prize Carnegie Museum of Natural History, featuring the famous Dinosaur Hall The Carnegie collection, a series of educational figures based on the exhibits in Dinosaur Hall Carnegie Steel Company Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, a charitable foundation
  • Git Git away quick; he'll be down past here in a minute.
  • I'm
  • It
  • Its
  • T
  • Ot
  • INT
  • HT
  • HIT He and the pater hit it off out of hand.
  • ET You've et a good deal, and you lost the Jennie, and he had to borrow a hunderd of me to go to New York with."
  • ITO
  • ZIT
  • it's
  • ID
  • ie
  • old-fashioned