Correct spelling for RUGBZ
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- rugby This is the sequel to Hughes' more successful novel Tom Brown's School Days, which told about Tom at the Rugby School from the age of 11 to 16. Now Tom is at Oxford University for a three year program of study, in which he attends class lectures and does independent reading with a tutor.
- rubs It rubs its hands, it asks nothing further; that is quite sufficient; it concludes that all is right, all complete, all finished, that nothing more is to be said, that it is "absolved."
- robs But Anna's greatness robs her of the praise.
- ribs He was more than satisfied with the sensation he had created; he was even glad for the sake of his aching ribs that it hadn't been any greater.
- rugs "We'll simply have to have rugs, I tell Rob," Bessie said to her.
- grubs He uses these to dig out grubs and insects in the ground, and for pulling over sticks and stones in his search for beetles.
- rags She has dressed in rags and sung in the streets for charity.
- RIGS There's a crowd, I reckon, and they're a running their rigs on somebody.
- CUBS After telling me how the lieutenant and his men had ridden off to meet the Indians, she continued:- "We were sitting before the fire awaiting their return, when what was our dismay to see two huge wolves approaching the camp, followed by a number of cubs!
- rouges It is always possible that she never reached London, or that she has passed through it, but the former is improbable, as, with their system of registration, it is not easy for foreigners to play tricks with the Continental police; and the latter is also unlikely, as these rouges could not hope to find any other place where it would be as easy to keep a person under restraint.
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