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  • capet The bishop of the city having entered into secret negotiations with Capet, the gates were thrown open at midnight; and the usurper entering the precincts amid the stillness of the hour captured the royal family, surprised Charles in bed and threw him into prison, from which he was never liberated.
  • jacket Petroff's jacket was handed to him by a pretty dark-eyed girl of about five years of age, who bore so strong a resemblance to the young woman who had brought the blacksmith on the scene, that I at once set them down as sisters.
  • market The roads, market-places and temples are for each and all.
  • packed He packed his suit-case which had been so empty when he arrived, and waited for a day when Peter had taken Jan, Meg and the children for a motor run to a neighbouring town.
  • packer Packer ran to the back of the stage, shouting loudly: "Miss-oh, Miss-I forget-your-name!
  • packet The following day I sent the packet to M. Grimaldi, and a little later I left my card at his palace.
  • pact But though they had lost the complete rationality that would have bidden them lie quiet all day, and trek only at night, they still remembered the pact of the mirages.
  • page John grinned, and pointed to the page.
  • pager Georgia general assessment: NA domestic: local - T'bilisi and K'ut'aisi have cellular telephone networks; urban telephone density is about 20 per 100 people; rural telephone density is about 4 per 100 people; intercity facilities include a fiber-optic line between T'bilisi and K'ut'aisi; nationwide pager service is available international: country code - 995; Georgia and Russia are working on a fiber-optic line between P'ot'i and Sochi (Russia); present international service is available by microwave, landline, and satellite through the Moscow switch; international electronic mail and telex service are available
  • pallet And during all this time, sleeping or waking, whenever he lay down upon his pallet, the toad crept up on to the stone, and kept watch over him with lustrous eyes.
  • pant It's most ironic, said the gecko-monitor as it rode on one of his pant legs.
  • pareto In computer science, resource consumption often follows a form of power law distribution, and the Pareto principle can be applied to resource optimization by observing that 80% of the resources are typically used by 20% of the operations.
  • parked Near the doorway they came to the parked truck, and noticed that it was loaded with large wooden boxes.
  • parker Mr. Parker uttered an unpleasant sound.
  • parquet He reaches out a hand for the tobacco-pouch and his glance falls upon the day's issue of the Siege Gazette lying on the parquet linoleum, where it has fallen from his hand a little while ago.
  • part That's the remarkable part.
  • past Yes, Mr. Derry, at half past five.
  • paste Rub the butter and flour together in a saucepan, add the milk, stir until you have a smooth, thick paste, add the yolk of the egg, cook a moment longer, add the lobster, and turn out to cool.
  • pat "What did I be sayin' to you, Pat dear?
  • pate Were I, like him, a syndicate, Which publishers would put their trust in; A Walter Pater up-to-date, Or flippant scholar like Augustine; With pen as light as lark or squirrel, I'd love to kipple, pate and birrell.
  • pct Political parties and leaders: the most important of the many parties are the Democratic and Patriotic Forces or FDP (an alliance of Convention for Alternative Democracy, Congolese Labor Party or PCT, Liberal Republican Party, National Union for Democracy and Progress, Patriotic Union for the National Reconstruction, and Union for the National Renewal) [Denis SASSOU-NGUESSO, president]; Association for Democracy and Social Progress or RDPS [Jean-Pierre Thystere TCHICAYA, president]; Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development or MCDDI [Michel MAMPOUYA]; Pan-African Union for Social Development or UPADS [Martin MBERI]; Union of Democratic Forces or UFD [Sebastian EBAO]
  • peaked To the east only was a peaked and jagged range, which I called Mount Robert, after my brother; all the rest was a bed of undulating red sand.
  • peke One end of the table was unoccupied, and to this Peke drew a couple of rush-bottomed chairs with sturdy oak backs, and bade Helmsley sit down beside him.
  • perked She perked up a little at that-she had always some hope of Josina; and the return to everyday life, the clatter of the tray as it was brought in, the act of giving him his tea and seeing that he had what he liked, the mere bustling about him, did more to restore her. The lighted room, the blazing fire, the cheerful board-in face of these things it was hard to believe in ruin, or to fancy that life would not be always as it had been.
  • pet "Yes, pet, like the dearest, sweetest old sister that ever was.
  • piaget Based on the work of Piaget, it takes a quantitative, state-theory approach, hypothesizing that adolescents cognitive improvement is relatively sudden and drastic.
  • picket He therefore drew the picket that fastened Black Hawk; and, flinging himself upon the horse's back, rode off among the bushes.
  • pickett Now, you Johnnie Pickett, what are you following me out here for?
  • pike To the north-east, however, and about five hundred yards distant across the fields, lay the East Wood, covering the slopes to the Antietam, with Poffenberger's Wood beyond; while further to the left, the North Wood, extending across the Hagerstown pike, approached the Confederate flank.
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  • Paged Perhaps it is compensation, as they call it. Love is paged by every eye here.
  • Pecked To the left of him there swung, upon the exact crest of the hill, a corpse in chains, with, perched upon its mouldering head, a crow-looking for the eyes long since pecked out by others of its brood!
  • Picked "You have picked up baby.
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  • peeked She also peeked out.
  • PICT But the moon-worshipper was a Pict without the marvel of the written word; so he remained a heathen, and the Christian named himself saint or martyr.
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  • packets There were no less than seven packets of letters and newspapers from Zanzibar, which had been collecting during my absence from Unyanyembe.
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30 words made from the letters paket

3 letter words made from paket:

apt, pet, tap, pat, ape, ate, tea, eta, atp, pea, epa, eat, kea.

4 letter words made from paket:

5 letter words made from paket:

petka, patek, paket, petak.

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