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  • chew This enables them to bite through wood, tear the bark from trees, and chew vegetable substances of all sorts.
  • clew If they had come across that it would have given them a clew."
  • crew This disposition of the crew took some little time to make, as there was danger, as well as difficulty, in putting the guns in fighting order.
  • cue "Listen here," Boone panted, "here's your cue.
  • dew A heavy dew came out of the ground every night and often in the day, and caused all life to flourish.
  • due In any case it is due to me, but Dacre had his turn first.
  • few She had learned something new in these few days, and that was to hate.
  • hew As it is said:- "'The Einherjar all On Odin's plain Hew daily each other, While chosen the slain are.
  • hue That the purple hue of beauty has been brushed from my wings?
  • jew She had married Benoliel, the West Indian Jew.
  • mew The officers entered the inner apartment for a last conference with the bed-ridden captain of the Sea-mew.
  • new I'll show you a new life.
  • pew An' as soon as I see Jennie I see it was Jennie come back-hair just as natural as if it was church Sunday mornin' an' her in her pew.
  • qed Spokesman for the national Co-ordinating Committee for Classics, Jones penned the series QED and Eureka for the Daily Telegraph.
  • quad I found Ward waiting for me in the front quad, and he asked at once what had happened to me.
  • quay They had not found the peer, neither on the ship, nor on the quay, nor in the station.
  • queen "It's glad I'ld be," said the Queen, "if we could be rid of the Sullivans and Naggeneen both at once, but I dunno what we'll do at all if the O'Briens go away."
  • quell Something that will crush and quell her, utterly cure her of those idiotic, school-girl notions of hers, and make her-as she should be-submissive to my will and my demands!"
  • query Sidney would be glad to hear the last of him-to be left to himself once more; his cousin was an intrusion-he desired no further speech with him, and he implied as much by his last impatient query.
  • queue I passed its doors and saw them besieged by thousands of middle-class men and women drawn up in a long queue waiting very quietly-with a strange quietude for any crowd in Paris-to withdraw the savings of a lifetime or the capital of their business houses.
  • quid "Over twelve quid apiece," said the delighted Mr. Kidd as he bade his co-worker good night.
  • quiet The hall was dark and quiet.
  • quin
  • quip
  • quit
  • quiz
  • rue
  • sew
  • shew
  • skew
  • squaw
  • sue
  • view
  • yew
  • Grew Dan's face grew grave.
  • Knew "Yes, I knew that.
  • Lew Nor could I be enlightened during my breakfast, for this was solitary, my hostess being long abroad to far places of the Arrowhead, and the stolid mask of Lew Wee inviting no questions.
  • Qua It had already been arranged that the appointment of the Prince of Orange as Lieutenant-General for Matthias was a 'sine qua non' in any treaty of assistance with England.
  • Que His nature has an air of imploring me que je d'arrose!
  • Thew
  • Tue
  • Whew
  • Huey As I have written, save for Huey MacGrath, we should have been away from Scotland at the time of the Allisons' ball, and by this absence should have missed the visit of the Duke of Borthwicke concerning the Light-House Commission, which fell at the same time.
  • Cues I shall never forget, the longest day I live, just where our table for four stood, and how a group of gabbling tourists had the three or four tables nearest to us, and how the lights, due to some trouble with the electric current, winked now and then, like the stage lights in a theater ticking off the cues.
  • UAW
  • QUOT
  • CUED Evidence suggests that the pulvinar nucleus of the thalamus might be responsible for engaging in spatial attention at a previously cued location.
  • QUES
  • phew Win' blow en w'issel Phew-fee-e-e-e!

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