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  • Co-Host
  • While attending marymount manhattan, bailey got her first television presenting job on the nickelodeon childrens show u-pick live in 2002 and would continue on the show until 2005 and she and her co-host brent popolizio formed a fictional band in the show called the pickles, the name is from the pickle family characters in the animated series rugrats.

  • Cite(Definition of cite)
  • I would cite on this point the judgment of mr. moncure d. conway, the famous minister of south place chapel.

  • Cooked(Definition of cooked)
  • I cooked some coffee and gave him some dry bread to eat with it.

  • Cute(Definition of cute)
  • Oh, that'll be real cute!

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • Then suddenly i caught sight of the woman.

  • Chat(Definition of chat)
  • What's a few minutes' chat with the only girl that ever was?

  • Chest(Definition of chest)
  • I drew back my sword and summoned him to keep his word, feeling sure that i had wounded him in his chest.

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • Moreover, his coat of arms was the same as theirs.

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • He knew that to forget even one of them might cost him his life.

  • Coyote(Definition of coyote)
  • It's a long way off and i've never been there, but i've heard sammy jay say that it's a very wonderful place, and i don't believe it is any more dangerous than the green meadows and the green forest, now that old man coyote and reddy and granny fox are all living here.

  • Cast(Definition of cast)
  • She cast a last look at her lover.

  • Coast(Definition of coast)
  • It was the terrible coast fever.

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • Apparently the cat didn't see the boys.

  • Cheat(Definition of cheat)
  • I don't owe you a penny, magg; and you're a cheat.

  • Caused
  • You don't know what i have suffered-what agony all this has caused.

  • Checked(Definition of checked)
  • Olga bent forward sharply to catch a glimpse of her friend, and then as swiftly checked herself and remembered her guest.

  • Custody(Definition of custody)
  • A convention was set in hand as to his detention; it was signed on august 2nd at paris, and bound the other powers to send commissioners as witnesses to the safety of the custody.

  • City(Definition of city)
  • Come with me; come to the city and be happy.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • "in the same old code," says mccrea.

  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • Still, it seemed he had not kept it, and it had not been cut off.

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