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Possible correct spellings for q2

  • P(Definition of P)
  • The shop was closed at 11 p.

  • C(Definition of C)
  • I put c because-you'll see when you open it.

  • Z(Definition of Z)
  • Ye'll never get men like young tolleshunt, men who know their work from a to z, to treat ye seriously unless ye take hold and study a ship for what she is, a mass o' machinery.

  • R
  • It is called the right ascension of the meridian, which means the r. a. of the meridian which intersects your zenith.

  • J(Definition of J)
  • "i do hope he has done something equally handsome for those relations of my wife whose names you mentioned-especially for her aunt, mrs. j.e. petherick, who is now past her youth, and to whom it would be a comfort.

  • W(Definition of W)
  • In a few minutes the notice was written, and he read it aloud to them:-"mrs. penn, formerly of - soho square, is requested to communicate at once with andrew beaton, - wardour street, w." "that will do," said mrs. beaton approvingly.

  • T
  • "i couldn't possibly do it, mr. t-s." "but, man-" "your promise was that you would come and give it.

  • B(Definition of B)
  • An espioneur, working for side a, who finds a bit of important information about side b must obviously communicate that bit of information to side a or it is of no use whatsoever.

  • Easy-Going
  • S(Definition of S)
  • The car of t-s was waiting at the door, and this car is something special.

  • M(Definition of M)
  • L.m.t. g.a.t. - west lo.

  • D(Definition of D)
  • But i said i'd go you, and i will.

  • N(Definition of N)
  • N. b.-you will also take the command of capt.

  • V(Definition of V)
  • Here the famous minister of christian v., griffenfeldt, was confined for many weary years.

  • Q(Definition of Q)
  • Maybe it would if that q-shaped thing was-" "i know what you mean," davenport interrupted.

  • Acculturing
  • Qm
  • U(Definition of U)
  • Willing workers, for student aid, tougaloo u.

  • X(Definition of X)
  • Dance after dance was given, but miss x never received an invitation.

  • L(Definition of L)
  • No doubt the quarter and the half dollar had been lying there ever since the day last week when morse had eaten at the bar double g. she addressed an envelope, dropped the money in, sealed the flap, and put the package beside a letter addressed to t. l. morse.

  • Sq
  • Cultd area, 1744 sq.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • Qt
  • K(Definition of K)
  • O.k. are we cleared through the main gate?

  • Qr
  • H(Definition of H)
  • Ransom, b. h., chapter on "animal parasites of cattle", 502-531 rauschbrand.

  • G(Definition of G)
  • "that's a very clever plea, but it's no go," said g. b. stiles, and proceeded to fasten the irons on his wrists.

  • Qc
  • F(Definition of F)
  • Did she belong to the s.r.f.r.?

  • Qb
  • Hq
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