What is the correct spelling for QE2?
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Correct spellings for QE2
- de Semete yume no naka de Jiyuu ni oyogetara anna sora mo iranai no ni – Alones by Aqua Timez
- fe If he?s in Santa Fe Or in Piscataway – Thataway! by Unknown Author
- he In Britain where was he That could stand up his parallel; Or fruitful object be In eye of Imogen, that best – Cymbeline: Act V, scene IV by Unknown Author
- me You will tell me , will you not?
- ne Not true honour, ne that immortall fame Of mayden raigne, your only owne renowne And no Queenes els, yet such as yeeldes your name Greater glory than doeth your treble crowne.
- re They re -passed through the store room and into the living room.
- se She is an actress 'pour se faire photographier.
- te At length, while the two kings were causing Te Deum to be sung each in his own camp, Candide resolved to go and reason elsewhere on effects and causes.
- xe We went back home over the twilight lagoon, and Giovanna expressed the general feeling when she said: "Torsello xe beo-no si pol negar-la campagna xe bea; ma, benedetta la mia Venezia!"
- We We know about it."
- QC Andrew John Ashworth, CBE, QC (Hon), FBA (born 11 October 1947) was the Vinerian Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford from 1997 to 2013, a Fellow of All Souls College, and was formerly Chairman of the Sentencing Advisory Panel before it was abolished in 2010.
- QB Brighton Express service was designated as Q, Brighton Local via the Montague St Tunnel as QT, and Brighton Local via the Manhattan Bridge as QB .
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- easy-going The woman explored her from head to foot to find the change of fortune in some corner of her raiment: but her customer was as well, though plainly dressed as ever, and still looked an easy-going duchess.