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Correct spellings for PYGYM
- gem The scowl which greeted this was a real gem.
- gm Just days after making one of the best trades in team history, acquiring Jay Buhner from the New York Yankees, Balderson was fired from his post as GM.
- gum It might work-by gum, I'll try it, anyway!
- gym Well, don't tell everybody in the gym about it, Leslie advised, then laughed. pump up, tone up weights in the gym Glass full of Alizay right to the brim – Dizzee Rascal Creeper by dizzee rascal
- peg She took a white apron from the peg near the fireplace and tied it around her waist.
- pig "Don't be a pig, Nick! I give sexual healing, I'll get your girl squealin like a pig My grave's somethin you can never dig – Back from the Dead by House Of Pain
- piggy "Piggy, I've tried to call you twenty times.
- pom Also, the academic senate of the Angelicum in its May 2011 meeting indicated that the black biretta may be used with trim and pom in the color of the particular faculty.
- porgy "We've got the porgy crew licked-that's the stuff," came from the skipper.
- pug The pug saw the blade and tried to check his lunge.
- pygmy The Greek bowed his head in silence, as if conscious of his short-comings; the Egyptian's eyes flashed, and, with an amazingly low bend of his supple spine, he announced that, more than three hours since, he had discovered a most abominable caricature in clay, representing Caesar as a soldier in a horrible pygmy form.
- Pam But tell me, Pam, how long is this to continue?
- pyjama He clutched the collar of his pyjama jacket and wrenched so strongly that the button was torn off.
- Peggy It was from Peggy.
- PG Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Ronald Holder and the PG Online Distributed Proofreading Team
- PYM I ask you whether in Connecticut you personally knew the Pym family who lived in Nantucket Island?