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Correct spellings for QUEDIA

  • cud It do seem a pity he ben't a young orphan female instead of a wore-out old man, for then he cud move on into Barradine Home and be fed on the best for naught.
  • gouda Prestost or Saaland Flarr Sweden Similar to Gouda , but unique-the curd being mixed with whiskey, packed in a basket, salted and cellared, wrapped in a cloth changed daily; and on the third day finally washed with whiskey.
  • guide But I am only your guide -but it is pleasant to have you speak that way.
  • judah David had retired farther to the east, on the shore of the Dead Sea, in the neighbourhood of Engedi, to the "rock of the goat," and there he was so closely shut in by Saul that he had to despair of remaining in Judah .
  • jude Then all at once old Jude chimed in with her mellow voice, and Jones tumbled off his horse.
  • judea These savages were approaching Judea like a destructive hot wind and a whirlwind from the wilderness, like a lion gone up from his lair "to lay waste the earth."
  • media This difference of resistance may even cause a difference of potential between two media , similar to the differences of potential in living organisms.
  • qed
  • quad I was looking out here, and saw an old fellow come hobbling into quad on two sticks, in a shady blue uniform coat and white trousers.
  • quid But the truth is that I am the least of Christ's servants, because I have been unfaithful to Him, and you repeat to me Pilate's very words:-Quid est veritas?
  • quiet "Then you can rest perfectly quiet , mamma.
  • quirt It's been hands off the Quirt , up to now.
  • quit I quit las' year, and me and Mommie is on our way to Old P'int Cumfut.
  • quito His South-Sea Herbal is purely medicinal, except for an appeal to anyone living in Quito who "would be pleased to procure branches of the leaves of Jesuits' Bark or Quinquina with its Flowers and Fruit, which Favour should be acknowledged and more accurate Figures given of each if communicated to your humble servant."
  • quoit They came "hard all" up to the pool below the lock, the coxswain standing in the stern with a tiller-rope in each hand, and then shipped oars; the lock-gates opened, and the boat entered, and in another minute or two was moored to the bank above the lock, and the crew strolled into the little inn which stands by the lock, and, after stopping in the bar to lay hands on several pewters full of porter, passed through the house into the quoit and skittle-grounds behind.
  • quota And you didn't get it by default, just because somebody thought there should be a given quota of Seniors on the list.
  • Ged I did, by Ged !
  • Qua If this were done in books, villains qua villains would practically cease to exist; for it seems to me, in my experience of life as a man and a writer, that no normal, healthy villain is a villain in his own eyes.
  • Que Mais c'etait plus fort que moi!"
  • Jed "You know," Jed explained.
  • queued His valiant soldiery lined the breastwork in grim array, each having his mustachios fiercely greased, and his hair pomatumed back, and queued so stiffly, that he grinned above the ramparts like a grisly death's head.
  • JEDI Yo I'm a battlestar knight like I'm jedi Rough to the tough but I'm sharper than the geam in your eye – Battle star by five
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