Correct spelling for DAY1

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  • bay This bear, by the way, was the only living thing we saw throughout that journey of nearly six hundred miles to Tchaun Bay.
  • cay Dautan ang batasan nia sa mga higala nia. As he was always behave well Cay ma-ayo guihapon ang batasan nia towards me, I will not use him canaco, ma-ayo usab ang batasan co ill. cania.
  • da 81 Braccio, Filippo da, iii.
  • dab Fritz became too rough to suit puss, and she gave him a sudden dab with her sharp little claws.
  • dad "Merely a forlorn hope, Dad.
  • dag Alan Bergman (died 2010), American ballet dancer Alfred Bergman (1889–1961), American baseball and football player Amanda Bergman (born 1987), Swedish musician Andrew Bergman (born 1945), American film director Anita Bergman, Canadian politician Bo Bergman (1869–1967), Swedish poet Borah Bergman (1926–2012), American pianist Cam Bergman (born 1983), Canadian lacrosse player Carl Johan Bergman (born 1978), Swedish biathlete Charlotte Bergman (1903–2002), Belgian art collector and philanthropist Christian Bergman (born 1988), American baseball player Dag Bergman (1914–1984), Swedish diplomat Daniel Bergman (born 1962), Swedish film director Dave Bergman (1953–2015), American baseball player David Bergman (born 1950), American writer David Bergman (born ca.
  • dam "Ten minutes before the dam gave way, a telephone warning was sent out.
  • dat "Ah want to tell yo'," say' de ghost, "dat yo' ain't need yever be skeered of ghosts, 'ca'se dey ain't no ghosts."
  • davy Davy fixed himself before the, fire and soon gave proof, that he was asleep, by snoring most loudly.
  • day I asked her the next day."
  • days Why in a few days the visitor in my dream went home!
  • dray As this dray was apart from the others, and at a distance from any fire, I was at a loss to account for the accident; but it appeared that Jones had placed a piece of lighted cowdung under the dray the evening before, to drive off the mosquitos, which must have lodged in the tarpaulin and set it on fire.
  • dry They'll keep you warm until your own clothes dry.
  • dy Her announcement was greeted by a murmur of approval from the women present, all except Mrs. Day. Dy beamed.
  • hay Haven't you got 'most enough hay there now, Sue?
  • jay Illustrated by Jay Van Everen.
  • lay So, on the point of vanishing, it lay.
  • may It is quite a simple task no matter what the size or proportions of the garden may be.
  • nay Nay, I would be afraid!"
  • pay Ought they to pay him?
  • ray It's Mr. Ray himself!
  • say And I say to you that those who can defy and resist that compulsion are not more, but less, than man or woman; and their fancied strength is in reality a deficiency.
  • way I've just thought of a way!
  • Dan "Nacherally now," remarked my old friend, as he refreshed himself with a mouthful of scotch, "you-all is waitin' an' tryin' to guess wherever does Dan Boggs get in on this yere deal.
  • Fay "Tread softly," whispered the moon-fay, "and stoop well under these boughs, for if anything awakes to behold the blue moon, the memory of it can never die.
  • Dar "I didn't know de lady was dar-fo' de Lawd Jesus, I didn't!
  • Kay But I bargain this: that on the appointed day you call King Arthur and Lord Gawain, Girflet, Kay the Seneschal, and a hundred of his knights to ride to the Sandy Heath where your land marches with his, and a river flows between; for I will not swear before your barons alone, lest they should demand some new thing, and lest there should be no end to my trials.

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