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Correct spellings for Q1

  • hq
  • B I grew up in the Thoroist borough B .K Where B .I.G had everybody rockin' D.K – B.K. Anthem by Foxy Brown
  • C And then there's Mr. B.M.O.C. Talking so loud to Mr. P.E. – The Longest Night by Bruce Hornsby
  • D Hey mister won't you sell me a fake I.D. There's a band in the bar that I'm dying to see – Fake I.D. by Big & Rich
  • G Yeah, an oak town player, G It's got to be the G oldie in me – Somethin' 'Bout The Goldie In Me by mc hammer
  • H
  • J Born in New York, 1875. Pupil of J . Q. A. Ward.
  • K "O.K. Now listen, carefully.
  • L Even in the little town of Sauderkrok there is not much life in the streets; for instance, A. L . T. dropped his pipe as we rode out of the town, and on our return, eight hours later, we found it in the centre of a small street, exactly where he had dropped it.
  • M Yet, at the same time, Pope could clearly perceive some of the absurd consequences of M . Bossu's view.
  • N So he's better 'n any folks.
  • P 149. A Light Woman, p.
  • Q "Tell D. Q .," she wrote, addressing Lovibond; "that E. Q . goes home by carriage at nine o'clock to-night, and that you have appointed to meet her for a last farewell at eight by the waterfall in the gardens of Castle Mona.
  • R I am very affectionately yours, W.R. P.S.-You say it would be unworthy of John to pine for office.
  • S An' he's so nice.
  • T The closing scene of this spell is well described in a poem by W. T . Moncrieff:- "Ah!
  • U Charles King, U .S.A. The Colonel's Daughter; or, Winning His Spurs.
  • V 329 Bates's case, v.
  • W W. E. Gladstone, M.P. to J. R. Hope, Esq.
  • X 5963, 5972, 2531; C.I.L. x.
  • Z It lies above the three stars, d, e, z, which form the belt.
  • QC
  • SQ A piece of belting 1 sq.
  • F Oh, 'f we only could 'a' started that day!
  • QT
  • QM
  • QR
  • QB
  • old-fashioned
  • easy-going
  • acculturing