Correct spelling for 1S

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Possible correct spellings for 1s

  • as You don't know the world as I do.
  • bs bs, bs, Bee spaces.
  • cs Spring/Summer: CS Mindelense won their sixth colonial title for the Cape Verdean Football Championships
  • es New Dutch wordt gegeven, es gegeven worden.
  • ks -Here there is the addition, not of the mere letter s, but of the syllable -es. As s cannot be immediately added to s, the intervention of a vowel becomes necessary; and that all the words whose plural is formed in -es really end either in the sounds of s, or in the allied sounds of z, sh, or zh, may be seen by analysis; since x = ks, ch = tsh, and j or ge = dzh, whilst ce, in prince, is a mere point of orthography for s.
  • os Together with the digital artery it descends to near the basilar process of the os pedis.
  • ps Analogous is also Ps.
  • ss They are the martyrs SS. Clement, Sixtus, Laurence, Cyprian, Paul, Vitalis, Gervasius, Protasius, Hippolytus, Cornelius, Cassianus, John, Ursinus, Namor, Felix, Apollinaris, Demetrius, Polycarp, Vincent, Pancras, Chrysogonus, Protus, Jovenius, and Sabinus, and their names are written in a long line over them; each is aureoled, and each upon his white robe bears a letter the significance of which is hidden from us. This procession comes out of the city of Ravenna which is magnificently represented, occupying indeed a fifth of the whole length of the mosaic.
  • O's What right had a lounger up their lane? But by creeping very close, With the good wall's help,-their eyes might strain And stretch themselves to O's,
  • S S.W. and 830 ft.
  • Y's
  • NS This is how the lovely and accomplished Miss B--ns (of --, Portland Place) managed to defray the expenses of their Sea-side Trip, this Autumn, without anybody being any the wiser!
  • GS For example: Enthusius, having got up this morning in the best of humors, in the most playful tones begs Hermione not to make the tails of her gs quite so long; and Hermione fires up with-
  • HS This led to the introduction (in 1942) of a unique single-seat, twin-engine attack aircraft, the slow-moving but heavily armored and formidably armed Henschel Hs 129 Panzerknacker ("Safecracker" /"Tank Cracker").
  • ZS
  • XS
  • z's
  • unnoteworthy
  • untasty

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