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Correct spellings for WHTO
- a whale of a
- all by self
- auto "Get an auto," he whispered.
- hot This will take years to hot up.
- JATO Except for one fast trip to Chemisant City-when he had neither the time nor the excuse to buy a jato rocket-Karpin had spent all of his time since McCann's death right here on this planetoid.
- TOTO When Britt arrived in the shadows of his own porch he stood and looked out over Egypt and cursed the people, in detail and in toto.
- Vito Labor's Martyrs By Vito Marcantonio President, International Labor Defense These are my ideas.
- waco To extend their educational work in the South, however, this same denomination established Allen University at Columbia in 1881; Morris Brown at Atlanta in 1885; and later other schools at Waco, Texas; Jackson, Mississippi; and Selma, Alabama.
- wets Baron tell very good stories of his travels over the high hills in Asia above the clouds, how clear the heaven is above them, how thicke like a mist the way is through the cloud that wets like a sponge one's clothes, the ground above the clouds all dry and parched, nothing in the world growing, it being only a dry earth, yet not so hot above as below the clouds.
- what's What's all this about?
- WHEE I told to heem-whee!"
- whir A whir of remonstrance answered at once and the engine took up the complaint.
- who's But if people have got money and position and all that sort of thing, who's going to take it away from them?
- Whoso "First, I say to you: whoso weds me weds sorrow.
- whup I mounted for the first memorable lesson, crossed the mound, and set out at a slow walk along the wagon-track made in hauling lumber; then father shouted: "Whup him up, John, whup him up!
- Wot Wot a morning it 'ud be for a sail if we was only young enough.