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Correct spellings for KYTES

  • cortes
  • gates Six days the silent Memnon waits Behind his temple's folded gates; – The Organ-Blower by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • guts Here comes the bass, thunder in the guts Rock 'til you can't stand Now the guitar speaks, gonna drive you nuts Power under your hand – Rock Out by motorhead
  • jets Politicians can take jets to other countries, thereby enabling them to take care of important political affairs in little time, and the believers claim that this is a blessing of our modern urban civilization.
  • keats
  • keynes
  • kite
  • Kate
  • Utes They knew that there was a possibility of encountering both the Kiowas and the Pawnees in that direction, and the Utes from the west and even their hated foes, the Crows, sometimes moved down into that disputed territory.
  • Kurtis
  • Yates Henry Vizetelly, who evidently bore him no particular goodwill, wrote to me his recollections of the man in these words: "He was not the amiable person depicted by Yates in his 'Recollections.
  • cuts
  • gets
  • quotes
  • cats
  • kitties
  • kids
  • kits
  • cots
  • caters
  • GITS I hope to get her some day, but I'll have to wait till she gits tired of dashing around."
  • COTES These are square towers, with small windows, about twelve feet from the ground, somewhat resembling pigeon-towers; these strange dove-cotes are built to receive the bodies of such babies as die too young to have fully developed souls, and therefore there is no necessity to waste coffins on them, or even to take the trouble of burying them in the bosom of mother earth.
  • JOTS As for making an outline of his work, he generally jots down a lot of sketches or pictures, one each day; then he puts these together, and the play, poem, or novel is finished.
  • KITES
  • tykes I tykes him from Leaden'all Street to Victoria.
  • cuties
  • bytes
  • skates
  • dykes
  • cutesy
  • abjectnesses
  • activenesses
  • backlashed
  • backlashing
  • backnumber
  • bassest
  • bastilled
  • bastilles
  • de-legations
  • desiccations
  • hokeypokeys
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