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  • create You always say that people do not create anything, but only destroy what heaven has given them.
  • ergot The oil of ergot is particularly serviceable in fulfilling these indications, and, at the same time, by its soothing and slight astringent action upon the glands, will arrest the formation of scurf.
  • gate Don opened the gate and walked beside Flamby under the arch and into the courtyard.
  • gatt Member of: ADB, CCC, Colombo Plan, ESCAP, FAO, G-77, GATT, IAEA, IBRD, ICAC, ICAO, IDA, IDB-Islamic Development Bank, IFAD, IFC, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, INTELSAT, INTERPOL, IPU, IRC, ITU, IWC-International Wheat Council, NAM, OIC, SAARC, UN, UNESCO, UPU, WHO, WFTU, WIPO, WMO, WSG, WTO
  • great It was yet early morning, and the old town of Great Yarmouth was asleep.
  • legate It was consecrated in 1228 by the papal legate, Juan, Bishop of Sabina.
  • legato The warmth of the sunlight, the open city windows and beginning sounds of summer, had enveloped her in a mood in which the jangling sentimentality of a street organ was more potent than the legato of banked violins.
  • negate Ibuprofen can negate the antiplatelet effect of aspirin used for cardioprotection and stroke prevention.
  • ragtag The film tells the story of Captain EO (Michael Jackson) and the ragtag crew of his spaceship on a mission to deliver a gift to "The Supreme Leader" (Anjelica Huston), who lives on a world of rotting, twisted metal and steaming vents.
  • rat The black rat is that which first inhabited this island; but it has been nearly driven out by the brown, which is, without any foundation, termed the Norway rat.
  • rate At any rate, I never misunderstood him.
  • react The fertilisation is legitimate if pollen from the long-styled flowers reaches the stigma of the short-styled form or if pollen of the short-styled flowers is brought to the stigma of the long-styled flower, that is the organs of the same length of the two different kinds of flower react on one another.
  • reactor However, in 2014 Japan agreed to cooperate in developing the emergency reactor cooling system, and in a few other areas, with the French ASTRID demonstration sodium-cooled fast breeder reactor.
  • read If you want to know whom I am, read this."
  • reagan Ronald Reagan, who was the President of the United States during the time the disinvestment movement was at its peak, also opposed it, instead favoring a policy of "constructive engagement" with the Pretoria government.
  • rebate It is wholly evasive to say that there is no discrimination between Canadian and American vessels; that the rebate is allowed to both without favor upon grain carried through to Montreal or transshipped at a Canadian port to Montreal.
  • recant The retrospect across many years over the many eulogistic and elegiac poems which I have inscribed or devoted to the commemoration or the panegyric of the living or the dead has this in it of pride and pleasure, that I find little to recant and nothing to repent on reconsideration of them all. If ever a word of tributary thanksgiving for the delight and the benefit of loyal admiration evoked in the spirit of a boy or aroused in the intelligence of a man may seem to exceed the limit of demonstrable accuracy, I have no apology to offer for any such aberration from the safe path of tepid praise or conventional applause.
  • recast A new edition was soon called for, and was issued early in 1796. Much of the book was recast and many chapters entirely rewritten, as the consequence not so much of any material change in Godwin's views, as of the profit he had derived from private controversies.
  • rectal Pelvic and rectal examination to ensure that bleeding is not from lower reproductive tract (i.
  • recto
  • redact
  • regain
  • regal
  • regale
  • regalia
  • regard
  • regatta
  • regent
  • reggae
  • regina
  • regret
  • regulate
  • reit
  • relate
  • relegate
  • riga
  • roget
  • rota
  • Begat I would that Allah had stricken me dead ere I begat me such a son as thou!
  • Raged Surely the fire of her hate-it was no longer love, but hate, that raged in her heart-would defy annihilation, eternal by reason of its intensity.
  • Regattas
  • Greta The inflection added for Greta: "And yet she turns to the charity child!"
  • Rita
  • Reg
  • reacts How all this falls in with the schemes of militant statesmen, and further reacts on the freedom and personal fortunes of the common man, is an extensive and intricate topic, though not an obscure one; and it has already been spoken of above, perhaps as fully as need be.
  • RAGA Singers like Ajoy Chakraborty and Kaushiki Chakraborty are working to bring back classical raga influence into Bengali music.
  • ragga (1925–1968), American actor, son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Charles Chaplin (artist) (1907–1987), English artist, engraver and printmaker Charles Chaplin (elder) (1759–1816), British Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire 1802-1816 Charles Chaplin (younger) (1786–1859), British Member of Parliament for Stamford 1809-1812, and for Lincolnshire 1818–1831 Charles Joshua Chaplin (1825–1891), French painter Charlie Chaplin (singer), Jamaican dancehall and ragga singer Christopher Chaplin (born 1962), actor, son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Conor Chaplin (born 1997), English footballer Dmitry Chaplin (born 1982), Russian-born International Latin dancer Geraldine Chaplin (born 1944), American actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Henry Chaplin (1840–1923), British politician John Chaplin, coach at Washington State University John Worthy Chaplin (1840–1920), English recipient of the Victoria Cross Josephine Chaplin (born 1949), actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Judith Chaplin (1939–1993), British politician Kiera Chaplin (born 1982), actress and model, granddaughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Michael Chaplin (actor) (born 1946), actor, son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Oona Chaplin (born 1986), actress, granddaughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Ralph Chaplin (1887–1961), American labor activist Saul Chaplin (1912–1997), American composer and musical director Sid Chaplin (1916–1986), British writer Sydney Chaplin (born: Sidney John Hill 1885–1965), elder half-brother of comedian Charlie Chaplin Sydney Earle Chaplin (1926–2009), American cinema and theatre actor, second son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Tom Chaplin (born 1979), lead singer of the English piano rock band, Keane Victoria Chaplin (born 1951), actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Vsevolod Chaplin (born 1968), Russian Orthodox Church spokesman William James Chaplin (1787–1859), English transport entrepreneur and Member of Parliament for Salisbury (1847–1857) William Robert Chaplin, Warden of Trinity House

61 words made from the letters regata

3 letter words made from regata:

era, eat, aar, tea, age, gat, teg, ate, gar, ert, ret, tag, erg, ter, are, ara, get, rat, ear, art, rag, tar, eta, aga.

4 letter words made from regata:

5 letter words made from regata:

tegra, gater, grate, tagar, tager, gaeta, garet, graea, great, ratae, agate, graae, etgar, garat, tarea, garea, reata, gatra, graet, retag.

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