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  • ace A four-card suit, headed by Ace, King, Queen, may be called without other strength.
  • be Could it be him?"
  • ca "Yu better come with me," coaxed Hopalong, not liking what his friend had said about being afraid of the trail past the ca on and wishing to have some one with whom to talk on his trip.
  • cc Measure out 5 cc.
  • ce Mysterious maiden steals out of a cave and glides away in a boat over the water; man, the hero, goes into cave, finds a stone coffin, says-'Qu'est-ce que c'est?
  • ceo Anastasia Beverly Hills is an American cosmetics brand founded and owned by its CEO, Anastasia Soare.
  • ci Amelie de Chandour posed as the rival queen of Angouleme; her husband, M. de Chandour, known in the circle as Stanislas, was a ci-devant young man, slim still at five-and-forty, with a countenance like a sieve.
  • co Mark; "Savage R. F. A. Co."
  • cr Cr. 8vo. 1s.
  • cs The Catholic diocese of Santiago de Cabo Verde included exclusively Cape Verde for the next 60 years April 22: A Penumbral lunar eclipse took place and was mainly visible, it occurred for the later part of the overnight hours May/June: As World War IIs Fall of France occurred, salt exports from Sal to France would be completely halted until after the end of World War II, salt exports continued to be exported to Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) Sports CS Mindelense won their third straight title for the island of São Vicente April 1: Académica do Mindelo football (soccer) club founded
  • cu 21 million cu m (2008) country comparison to the world: 43
  • cue His hair was unpowdered, and not tied in a cue, according to the fashion, but hung in its natural brown color, flowing quite loosely, merely confined by a red ribbon wound in among his curls, and hanging down in short bows at each temple like the frontlet of the old Romans.
  • de 54 Guader, Ralf de, i.
  • ec established - 14 December 1960; effective - 30 September 1961 aim - to promote economic cooperation and development members - (30) Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, NZ, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, US special member - (1) EC accession states - (5) Chile, Estonia, Israel, Russia, Slovenia
  • fe Their Ka- Fe will not help them.
  • ge ge, Site of the genital aperture.
  • he He turned to the Chinaman.
  • ice They lived in ice-water in midsummer.
  • le M. le Duc d'Aumont was at one with him in this.
  • me Tell me about it, Flamby."
  • ne I answered, "Je ne suis pas seule, Monsieur.
  • re Re-heat the iron as often as necessary.
  • se Tha tha se drihtnes wer Benedictus behogode thone timan his nihtlican gebedes tham brothrum restendum .
  • te The exhausted messenger sank into a pew and did not wake from his stupor, until the communion was over and the king had ordered a Te Deum for the victory of Lepanto.
  • xe (Main list of acronyms) Top X0–9 XA XB XC XD XE XF XG XH XI XJ XK XL XM XN XO XP XQ XR XS XT XU XV XW XX XY XZ Theres not meaning.
  • C 484. 2823 C.I.L. vi.
  • Oe oe in. 2 pcs
  • Che Why, Na-che will vouch for it that I've never had such a lazy trip before!
  • CH He had given this in charge to an inspector in chief of reviews, M. Boinot, and a commissary at war, M. Ch. Vauthier, for whose zeal and integrity he had the highest esteem.
  • CK A block tridiagonal matrix A has the form where Ak, Bk and Ck are square sub-matrices of the lower, main and upper diagonal respectively.
  • CW Electron tubes, circuits, antennas, AM, FM, and CW transmission and receiving, etc. 560 illustrations.
  • CZ After k, rz = English sh. sz = English sh cz = English ch l = English w w = English v
  • ie G. ga. Ie is a termination used for forming diminutives.
  • easy-going The roads are natural, and smooth as the most carefully kept lawn, your carriage rolls along them with so even a motion, and the scenery through which you drive is of such an oriental character, and the produce so luxuriant and rare, its fragrance so sweet, that one leans back in his easy-going piscante, totally forgetful of every thing but the present enjoyment, and almost realizing the ideas of fairy land which fancy wove

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