Correct spelling for JOK
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Possible correct spellings for jok
- jfk JFK (1991) – loosely based on New Orleans DA Jim Garrisons late-1960s prosecution of defendant Clay Shaw – in addition to pieces of a half-dozen other conspiracy theories – in the John F.
- job I've no job for you at the moment though.
- jock " Jock, I want you to meet a good angel," he said quickly.
- jog She had settled down to a very slow jog-trot, which was supremely uncomfortable to the rider, whose tired back could scarcely endure this continuous jar.
- joke We left the joke at that.
- jot He took no additional jot of trouble about them, only gave a more frequent penny to such as begged of him, and had more than a pennorth of relief in return.
- joy This joy no man taketh from us.
- Jo Jo Portugais is here.
- Joe What can I do for you to-day, Joe?
- Jon The information was then elicited from Dr. Stutfeldt that the "earth visitors" were no longer patients at the hospital, that two of them, a Mr. and Mrs. Jon Farmer, were living on their farm about ten miles out of Alvarez, and that the third, a Dr. Dorn Smith, was studying medicine at Alvarez University.
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