What is the correct spelling for JACAB?
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Correct spellings for JACAB
- cab You took a cab , I hope?
- cacao The common practice in most cacao -growing countries is to simply dig deep holes where the trees are to stand, and to give a light working to the rest of the surface just sufficient to produce the intermediate crops.
- cob Since then I have seen an old fox with what looked like a dozen or more field-mice carried in this way; only, of course, the tails were crossed corn-cob fashion instead of the necks.
- crab "I could, for I-I have relations amongst the shells," said the Crab -apple proudly.
- cub She knows now that sooner or later some cub will be caught stealing chickens in broad daylight, and be chased by dogs.
- gab So time went on, and the schoolmaster, resigning his situation, departed to Malaga, where, by the way, he came to no good; for of talking there is too much in this world, and a wise man would not say thank you for the gift of the gab .
- jab No doubt babies are very nice when they don't squawk or pull your nose or jab you in the eye, but through some strange and prevailing misfortune I have never encountered one when it was asleep.
- jack I can understand now why Jack didn't come."
- jackal So little Brahminists are they that they eat of the flesh of the jackal and the cow, and indulge freely in fermented drinks.
- jacks I am one of the hundreds of women who marry-Jacks.
- jacob She stood beside their dead son with him, "well, he's beautiful, Jacob .
- jacobi The late superintendent of the Retreat, Dr. Kitching, who filled that office for many years with much efficiency, spent a considerable time at the Siegburg Asylum, comparing notes with Dr. Jacobi .
- jacobin Hatred of England, fear of Jacobin excesses, indignation at the royalist schemes against his life, and finally even the execution of Enghien, helped on the establishment of the Empire.
- jacobs Out loud, I said: "We've put Jacobs into his bunk, Sir."
- jag Oh, and put them on a jag also.
- jib Three cheers from the Frenchmen followed this accident, which promised them a certain victory; for not only was the smack deprived of the assistance of the jib in sailing, but the dragging of the sail through the water impeded materially her progress.
- job "But was that what did the job ?...
- scab Every one was also unclean on whose body was "a rising scab or bright spot," but above all the white leprosy rendered the sufferer unclean.
- Jacky "I wish he wern't coming, Jacky ," she said.
- Kaaba "By the Holy Kaaba ," said he, "there goes a man!
- CB Brigadier General Alfred Joseph Bessell-Browne CB , CMG, DSO (3 September 1877 – 3 August 1947) was an Australian Army colonel and temporary brigadier general in the First World War.