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  • as As for me-but I will not talk of myself.
  • ca There wasn't one in sight, but when Mr. Wood lifted up his voice and cried: " Ca nan, nan, nan!"
  • cab "There were two," replied the cab driver.
  • cad Look here, Hilary, if you really mean that, I'm not a beastly cad yet.
  • cam In 1484 king John sent an expedition under Diego Cam, as Barros calls him, Cano according to others, to prosecute discoveries along the coast of Africa.
  • can Of course you can, if you wish to.
  • cap Lord James again lifted his cap.
  • car He lost no time in climbing out of the car.
  • case I have given up the case.
  • cash He sank wearily into a chair which Tom placed for him, and Mr. Swift asked: "Have you been able to raise any cash, Mr. Pendergast?"
  • cask Long Prickly, is very good for pickles, and fills a cask rapidly, but is by no means so pleasant as the Early Cluster.
  • cast Biorn cast a look of displeasure on the priest, and answered, "Sir chaplain, you have more share in the history than either you or I could desire.
  • cat "Wherefore, as I states, the Bob-cat stands on the edge of the blanket so it's spread out in front to catch him as he drops.
  • caw The crows and the jackdaws screamed in mockery, Caw!
  • cay They will be not able to overtake Dili na sia caha maapas, cay tua him, for he is, I think, far na sa halayo.
  • cns Some of the cranial nerves in the cranium, namely the preganglionic parasympathetic nerves (CN III, CN VII, and CN IX) usually arise from specific nuclei in the central nervous system (CNS) and synapse at one of four parasympathetic ganglia: ciliary, pterygopalatine, otic, or submandibular.
  • cos The time was a momentous one, and, arriving at the creek, the Texans sent forth a flag with a message to General Cos, demanding the surrender of the place.
  • cps In 1999, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) decided to cull its panel of prosecuting chambers, resulting in more than 30 barristers moving out of 11 sets.
  • cs In May 1995, twenty years after the institution of the pioneering, but now defunct, MEngg CS program, the BOR approved the institution of a new master of science in computer science (MSCS) program.
  • gas "They must have been in the old drift underneath the explodin' gas," Joe exclaimed, involuntarily.
  • oas International organization participation: ACP, C, Caricom, CDB, ECLAC, FAO, G-77, IBRD, ICAO, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, Interpol, IOC, ISO (subscriber), ITU, LAES, NAM, OAS, OECS, OPANAL, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO, UPU, WCL, WHO, WToO
  • pas "Je n'ose pas," continued the husband.
  • Was " Was kann ich thun?
  • Cal Cal finished Dick, and then he carried his questions to his father.
  • Has What do you suppose has brought Mr. Mavering here!"
  • Cai Sour cabbage Suan cai – a traditional Chinese pickled Chinese cabbage, used for a variety of purposes.
  • caps She got nothing but motor caps.
  • cats She dropped the veil over her face-and, followed by her train of cats, glided out of the room.
  • cabs Amid the rattle of wheels and horses' feet and cries of messengers about carriages and cabs, I seemed to distinguish a female voice singing: 'I met in a glade a lone little maid.
  • cars Why wouldn't he let us cross on the bridge like the other cars were doing?
  • cans The sun sent a bright, wide bar of yellow light across the room to rest on the shelf behind the stove where stood the salt can, the soda, the teapot, a box of matches and two pepper cans, one empty and the other full.
  • caws The Paul Brady Songbook (album and DVD) Live recordings for RTÉ TV series (2002) The (Missing) Liberty Tapes (2003) [Recorded Live at Liberty Hall, Dublin, 21 July 1978] Solo Compilation albums Songs & Crazy Dreams (1992) Nobody Knows: The Best of Paul Brady (1999) Dancer in the Fire: A Paul Brady Anthology (2012) With Andy Irvine Andy Irvine/Paul Brady (1976) Andy Irvine/70th Birthday Concert at Vicar St 2012 (2014) With Tommy Peoples The High Part of the Road (1975) With Matt Molloy and Tommy Peoples Molloy, Brady, Peoples (1977) With Andy McGann and Paddy Reynolds Fiddle Duet (1976) With Andy McGann Its a Hard Road to Travel (1977) With John Vesey The First Month of Spring (1977) With John Kavanagh and Sean OCasey The Green Crow Caws (1980) With Various Artists The Gathering (1981) Paul Brady, Peter Browne, Andy Irvine, Dónal Lunny, Matt Molloy, Tommy Potts, Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (Brady plays on three tracks) Feed The Folk (1985), Temple Records FTP01, ("The Green Fields Of Canada") The Rough Guide to Irish Music (1996) DVDs The Transatlantic Sessions Series 3 (2007) (various artists) The Paul Brady Songbook (2002)
  • CBS The school is one of six Ivy League business schools, alongside Wharton, HBS, CBS, Johnson, and Yale SOM.
  • MAS He added that it formed la mas hermosa armada que se ha visto, the most beautiful fleet that ever was seen; and that it was French as well as English and Dutch, which was a mistake.
  • CAMS Most of the people had already found places at the tables when the young Laird and his mother, followed by the minister and his wife and the castle guests, cams into the hall.
  • CADS For Mr. Manford, it is welcome to record, did not run, as the cads run, from that artless challenge: he met it ready, like a soldier and a gentleman.

1 words made from the letters cas

3 letter words made from cas:

sac.

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