Correct spelling for SAB

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  • ab Before he could reply, the eel stuck his head out of the mud and made his bow: " Absolutely, madam," he said, "ab-so-lutely.
  • cab I can mind the cab!"
  • dab Mush-an'-milk, with a dab o' cream an' a pinch o' salt, is all right to sleep on.
  • fab In like manner the Calathus fuscus, Fab.
  • gab There's a nice cool spot under these laurels; I'll stake out Pepita, and we'll just lie off there and gab, and not care if school keeps or not."
  • jab With that, she stoops down, and catches up his staff, and says she, 'I have as great a mind to give you a jab with this here toothpick, where your mother used to spank you, as ever I had in all my life.
  • lab Dr. Vee is working in the lab this morning, so we can use his office to fill out all the forms.
  • nab And hover and above this, Meester Pepper, I thought summut might turn hup by and by, in vhich it vould be best for I to keep my hown counsel and nab the revard, if I hever durst make myself known."
  • sa To see Ennerdale as it should be seen, and to get a clear idea of the surrounding district, there is no better plan than to mount from Buttermere to Red Pike-the Rigi of Cumberland-and from there follow with eye and, if necessary, map the following account of a 'run,' telling how 'oald Jobby o' Smeathat tallyho't a fox ya Sunday mworning, just as day brak, oot ov a borran o' steeans, abeunn Flootern Tarn, i' Herdas end; an' hoo it teukk ower be t' Cleugh gill an' t' hoonds viewt him sa hard 'at he teuk t' Broadwater an' swam 'cross t' hee end on't, an t' dogs went roond an' oop t' Side Wood ...
  • sac It must be understood that a fjord is not a sound, nor is it a thoroughfare in the full sense of that word; it is a cul de sac.
  • sad She was always sweet sad good-natured-and shut up inside of herself.
  • sag From my vantage-point on the ridge I had an unobstructed view of the encampment, a great circle of tepees and tents three miles in circumference, cradled in a sag of the timberless hills.
  • sam I don't keer if Uncle Sam annexes the hull half-Spanish outfit.
  • sap It was well that there should be enough of them to take the sap as it came, so that nobody need be tempted to throw cold sap into boiling sirup at the wrong time.
  • sat Mary, who had sat silent all evening, kissed us all good night and went to bed.
  • saw Baboeuf saw no difficulty in working the scheme; was it not practised every day in the army, with 1,200,000 men?
  • sax Redd is rare, the usual forms being the northern Reid, Reed, Read; but we also have Rudd from Anglo- Sax.
  • say Lady Agnes, sit here-Miss Pelham, here's a dry cushion for you-did you say a wing, Lady Mary?
  • sb NEIRIS, sb. pl. the kidneys.
  • scab "You're going to learn, you unmilitary-looking, worm-eaten scab.
  • slab Old Toussaint Derossier, the village justice, was brought forward, fumbling with his beloved wallet of papers, and made to sit upon an up-turned bucket with a slab across his knee and write in his long hand of the rue Henri the story that the men told.
  • stab But he persisted in reproaching himself, and his every word was a stab, when she thought of her own unworthiness.
  • sub 16,002. How do you reserve power under the lease to deal with the sub-tenant who does not comply with the rules?
  • swab I wouldn't give the twist of a fiddler's elbow for all the lot of 'em as ever pretended to handle a swab, or handle a topsail.
  • tab I had ordered shirts, and ties too, and, not being in the habit of wearing undergarments, I had to consider what to do with the small tab beneath the plastron that should have anchored me forrard.
  • Sal At all events, she could ask at one or two of the coastguard stations if anything had been heard of Sal.
  • SBA British extraterritorial rights also extended to several small off-post sites scattered across Cyprus; of the Sovereign Base Area land, 60% is privately owned and farmed, 20% is owned by the Ministry of Defense, and 20% is SBA Crown land
  • San The imperial gift to groom and bride was Buena Vista, as the white mansion and gardens in San Cosme were called.
  • SAAB 21. And here a certain Jew appeared worthy of our relation and commendation; he was the son of Sameas, and was called Eleazar, and was born at Saab, in Galilee.
  • sob Yet he was not afraid, even though the sigh which broke from his lips presently was half a sob.

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