Correct spelling for CEP

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Possible correct spellings for cep

  • cap If anyone takes cap.
  • ce "A ce qu'il parait," she cried, laughing now at her ease, boisterously: "Is she making love, Emily?"
  • ceo Judi Tyabji, member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Okanagan-East Gary Lunn, former federal Minister, former Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands Lorna Marsden, former president of York University Rabbie Namaliu, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1988-1992) Adrian Norfolk, Ambassador of Canada to Qatar Barry Penner, former Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for Chilliwack-Hope and former president of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) Andrew Petter, Canadian constitutional law scholar, former Attorney-General of British Columbia, and current president of Simon Fraser University Carla Qualtrough, Member of Parliament and federal Minister Tamara Vrooman, former Deputy Minister of Finance of British Columbia and current Vancity CEO Alumni in the sciences Robert Campbell Aitken, a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Trevor Van Damme, Aegean archaeologist Alumni in sports Kirsten Barnes, winner of two Olympic gold medals in rowing in 1992 in Barcelona Ryan Cochrane, 2008 Olympic bronze medalist in men’s 1500m freestyle swimming, and 2012 Olympic silver medalist in 1500m freestyle swimming Stephanie Dixon, swimmer, gold medalist in the Paralympic Games in Athens (2004) and Sydney (2000), and numerous medals in the Pan American Games Kyle Hamilton, gold medalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics in mens eights in rowing Sarah Kaufman, former Strikeforce Womens Bantamweight Championship holder, professional mixed martial artist, formerly with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, current Invicta FC Bantamweight Champion Gareth Rees, CEO for Rugby Canada and Canadas all-time leading goal scorer in rugby Ken Shields, former head coach of the Canadian national basketball team Alison Sydor, three-time world mountain bike champion and recipient of the Velma Springstead Trophy as Canadas top female athlete in 1995 and 1996 Lauren Woolstencroft, eight-time Paralympics gold medalist in alpine skiing
  • cop Cracker-jack of a looking chap," announced " Cop" Billings to his roommates late one morning, as he burst into the room after his early mile run to find them with yet ten minutes to spare before the "rising bell."
  • cup He swallowed a large cup of tea, and kept looking down.
  • hep Thompson wrote, "The Circus-Circus is what the whole hep world would be doing Saturday night if the Nazis had won the war.
  • pep "I want to know little Pep," said Mattie.
  • rep On the seat was a round cushion covered with green rep, worn threadbare, and flattened by long use.
  • YEP " Yep, once I was boss of a whole world.

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