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  • at Rick looked at Scotty. Where will he find our hearts are at Will he let us in or turn his back What if Jesus comes back like that Will he cry when he sees where our hearts are at – What If Jesus Comes Back Like That by Raye Collin
  • bat "Danny," said Bat to the red-haired boy, "go sweep up, or something." Occasionnellement pourtant mon bic se bat Avec l'art subtil du prose combat – Prose Combat by MC Solaar
  • cat "You cat, you thief," screamed one. Girl, I wanna stomp and shake up the cat And make the headboard go rat tat tat tat – Sticky by The 69 Boyz
  • dat Don't you nebber read your history book, dat all Port Royal drowned in de great earthquake ob de year 1692?
  • eat Do they eat then, too?" And if your stomach cries, you need something to eat Take my food because it's layin' at your feet – I'll Be By by Hall & Oates
  • fat Sea Catch sunk his head proudly between his fat shoulders and pretended to go to sleep for a few minutes, but all the time he was keeping a sharp lookout for a fight. One day lose, the next day win, Splash and then it's splat! Giving in's the only sin And boys, this land is fat! – Opportunity by Unknown Author
  • hat He lighted the cigar, touched his hat with his forefinger, and again seated himself. On an old freight train in a hobo hat Will we let him in or turn our back What if Jesus comes back like that Oh what if Jesus comes back like that – What If Jesus Comes Back Like That by Raye Collin
  • lat From these elements, it results that particles of matter on lat.
  • mat There are also holes, or windows, in the sides of the houses to look out at; but without any regularity of shape or disposition; and these have bits of mat hung before them, to prevent the rain getting in.
  • oat Hunger was for her a thing usual and to be scorned; in the evening she satisfied her empty stomach with a little hay and a handful of oat-straw.
  • pat Same old Pat, isn't he?
  • rat You know the Duke's as poor as a rat!"
  • sat "Yes; at least I think so," she sat up.
  • tat EAST INDIAN THE GRATEFUL COBRA 408 THE MAGIC RING 413 TIT FOR TAT 426 THE BRAHMAN, THE TIGER, AND THE SIX JUDGES 427 MUCHIE LAL 431 THE VALIANT CHATTEEMAKER 439
  • ult
  • ut
  • vat
  • Nat Oh, Nat is coming this way-" "Yes, here comes Nat.
  • UAR
  • UAW
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