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- brick Follow the yellow brick road, follow the yellow brick road Follow, follow, follow, follow, follow the yellow-brick road – Follow The Yellow Brick Road! by Unknown Author
- crick They've got ahead of us, but which crick did they take?
- garrick David Garrick gave his wife a gold snuff-box.
- hayrick For the time the aches and pains of old age will be gone, and they will feel as lithe and merry as when sixty years ago they themselves rummaged hayrick, and mow and wagon-house, hiding eggs for Easter.
- rack Get your skirts down off the rack The boys are in and the boys are back – The Boys Are Back In Town by Patty Loveless
- rick I wrote a song about a kid who made his own flick But got a bad review in Ranger Rick – 21 Concepts by MC Lars
- rico Raise us a glass as we pass Puerto Rico It don't matter 'cause wherever we go – Flip Flop Summer (bonus track 3) by Kenny Chesney
- rock ``Oh, the wild joys of living! the leaping from rock up to rock, ``The strong rending of boughs from the fir-tree, the cool silver shock – Saul by Robert Browning
- ruck Between the bulky curls of smoke could be seen the scars of furious battle, splintered masts and shivered yards, tattered sails and yawning bulwarks, and great gaps even of the solid side; and above the ruck of smoke appeared the tricolor flag upon the right hand and the left, and the Union-jack in the middle.
- track Struggling for an image on the track Of the whirling Zodiac. – A Woman Young And Old by William Butler Yeats
- trick The Bagman taught him many a trick; He would carry and fetch, and run after a stick, – Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story by Richard Harris Barham
- waco Her husband told the story of the Waco man privately to Miss Mayblunt, who pretended to be greatly amused and to think it extremely clever.
- ware "Because they'd follow you like mad Dervishes," said Mr. Ware, thinking of Dink.
- warily He turned his head warily, but she was too quick for him, and her features were impassive again when he looked at her.
- warlike Truly, "warlike, manly courage and devotion to duty" seem the flowers that flourish hereaway.
- warlock "You are at Castle Warlock, my lord," replied the laird.
- warwick They returned to Yorkshire through Warwick and Leicester, and on reviewing the journey John Yeardley has the following reflections:- 2 mo.
- wary "The game is still in my hands," said the wary man.
- whack Despite the obstructing wind, he had never run so swiftly, and the resounding whack he gave the Maitland knocker startled all within the house.
- wick Then the wick kindled and burned.
- work "This could work out all right.
- wrack "I don't like to see things go to wrack and ruin," he remarked.
- wreck "I waited till all were sleeping, and the time seemed to have come, and then, like a thief, I stole out of my room and along the passage, till I was outside the door where the old woman-poor old wreck of a woman- lay.
- Wac The 1995 San Diego State Aztecs football team represented San Diego State University during the 1995 NCAA Division I-A football season as a member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).
- Barack In July 2014, the American Freedom Law Center sued Barack Obama, alleging that the Obama administration had violated its constitutional duty to "faithfully execute" the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act).
- Derick The try was converted by Derick Hougaard and the Bulls won the match by 20 points to 19.
- crack The Day they started for New York City with a Coil of Strong Rope, their purpose being to tie Kuhn, Loeb Co., Hand and Foot, it is said that a long vertical Crack appeared in one of the most expensive Monuments in Springvale Cemetery, as if some one underneath had been trying to break out and Head Off something.