What is the correct spelling for Z?

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Correct spellings for Z

  • az It's cost y'pahnd, that az .
  • hz
  • zn Zn, how much H could be liberated?
  • zr
  • B Harmoniously equal for ever must stay; Then C. A. and B . C. Both extend the kind hand To the basis, A. B . – A Mathematical Problem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • C I'd make a wonderful jiver, I even hit a high "C", I make the best taxi driver, I rate a big Navy "E"! – I Can Cook Too by Unknown Author
  • D And I'm just U.N.C.O.U.P.L.E.D I can't seem to stop C.R.Y.I.N.G – U.N.C.O.U.P.L.E.D. by Unknown Author
  • G C F G C F G baby don't ever don't make me wait fools and angels hesitate Em G F C My whole life is one more move too late – Manoeuvres by graham parker
  • H
  • J By J . C. McCoan.
  • K Mark me, the breeze, like hollow friends, will soon desert us.
  • L To which Field would reply, "L-i-i-ie, d-doctor!
  • M I'm sure he would have!
  • N Presence or absence of enemy points M and N ?
  • P Another example may be found on p.
  • Q The announcement at E.H.Q. that a Junior E would be given this problem gave Gunderson's man the opening he had hoped to find.
  • R R. "You have done well, Miss Hefferman," said Blaine as he looked up from the last of the letters.
  • S Harry's heart stood still for an instant.
  • T 1858. History of the Book of Common Prayer, T . Lathbury.
  • U "U-n-a," she said, giving him her hand.
  • V Young Henry Schufton,-P. 163. v.
  • W "I don't think Jesse W . will take it, and, anyhow, he was not with us when we went into the cabin, and I certainly don't want it," said Percival.
  • X In other words, Lassalle's plan would not in their eyes realize the socialist claim, as that claim had been taught to them by Marx.
  • Z All celestial meridians of longitude corresponding to longitude meridians on the earth are perpendicular to the equinoctial and likewise P S, the meridian of the observer, since it passes through the observer's zenith at Z , is formed by the extension of the earth's meridian of the observer and hence intersects the horizon at its N and S points.
  • Oz Beef broth 8 oz.
  • F "'Is the house on f-f-fire?
  • ZS
  • DZ
  • CZ
  • NZ
  • easy-going
  • acculturing