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  • Diet(Definition of diet)
  • Ceding(Definition of ceding)
  • Despite the objections of his subordinates, hooker withdrew his men to the defensive lines around chancellorsville, ceding the initiative to lee.

  • Cdt
  • Advisory, which is in effect from noon today to 7 pm cdt friday.

  • Cedes
  • Guthrum defeats aelfred, 58; makes peace at wedmore, 59; cedes london to aelfred, ib. ; extent of the kingdom of, 62.

  • Sadat
  • Ceded
  • The father ceded naples, that the son being a king, might wed a queen-o he flamed in brocade-white satin his trunk-hose, inwrought with silver,-on his neck a collar, gold, thick with diamonds; hanging down from this the golden fleece-and round his knee, misplaced, our english garter, studded with great emeralds, rubies, i know not what.

  • Set(Definition of set)
  • Audit(Definition of audit)
  • He urged hard, as a trifling personal favor, that an accountant might be appointed to audit his nephew williams's accounts, but congress would not attend to a matter which could have been disposed of in five minutes.

  • Acidity(Definition of acidity)
  • The hopper singing in the grass he seizes with avidity: he loves its tart acidity, and gobbles all that pass.

  • Cite(Definition of cite)
  • It would be easy to extend the martyrology of inventors, and to cite the names of other equally distinguished men who have, without any corresponding advantage to themselves, contributed to the industrial progress of the age,-for it has too often happened that genius has planted the tree, of which patient dulness has gathered the fruit; but we will confine ourselves for the present to a brief account of an inventor of comparatively recent date, by way of illustration of the difficulties and privations which it is so frequently the lot of mechanical genius to surmount.

  • Tet
  • Test(Definition of test)
  • Cedar(Definition of cedar)
  • Already his trunk had gone in a neighbour's "jolt wagon," and the horse that he was to ride across cedar mountain was saddled.

  • Sdi
  • Celt(Definition of celt)
  • 43. this celt is the largest discovered in ireland, and is formed of coarse clay-slate.

  • Stet(Definition of stet)
  • Sit(Definition of sit)
  • Credit(Definition of credit)
  • He took a little more credit to himself than was his due.

  • Reedit
  • Dist
  • Stdio
  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • The new twopence halfpenny, or cent, will be at once five to the shilling.

  • Deist(Definition of deist)
  • Ted(Definition of ted)
  • Zit
  • Cadet(Definition of cadet)
  • The hanlons both died since i started cadet school, you know."

  • Deity(Definition of deity)
  • Cited
  • Some judicious observations on this head occur in mr. geikie's memoir above cited, which are so much in point that i shall give them in full, and in his own words.

  • Dirt(Definition of dirt)
  • Dat
  • First der is dey fact you gant run out, dat dere is alreaty on deh sugar vagon deh piggest load of chuicy suckers dat efer game in from deh suppurbs.

  • Redid
  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • This provided payment for the ponies captured or destroyed in the war of 1876 and certain other concessions, in return for which the indians were to cede about half their land, or eleven million acres, which was to be opened up for settlement.

  • Editor(Definition of editor)
  • Zed(Definition of zed)
  • Edit(Definition of edit)
  • City(Definition of city)
  • L-like country folks better than city folks?"

  • Dot(Definition of dot)
  • Edt
  • Sedate(Definition of sedate)
  • Did(Definition of Did)
  • Deceit(Definition of deceit)
  • There lay the depth of his deceit; for if any at any time found fault that he used them hardly, and that they wanted their weight of things, he would reply, why, did you not see them weighted?

  • Cid(Definition of Cid)
  • And the next day in the dawning when soon the sun should rise, the cid was armed and with him all the men of his emprise.

  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • 1 cit. the former agents, if they did complain, what could the belly answer?

  • Ddt
  • Reception centers was fumigation: potential braceros, while undressed, would be sprayed with ddt.

  • Cert
  • Intermediate certificate ("inter cert")introduced in 1924; originally for pupils at voluntary secondary schools (often boarding schools) after 3 or 4 years of study group, or day vocational, certificate ("group cert", or "day cert")introduced in 1947 for pupils at vocational schools after 2 years of study the syllabuses of the group cert and inter cert were coordinated from 1968.

  • Geddit
  • Dst
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