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Possible correct spellings for srt
- art "What art thou talking about?
- crt Analogue cable Television, still has a high demand, as there are still subscribers which have older CRT TV sets or Plasma and LCD sets with no digital built-in tuner, and some of them are not interested in digital cable television, or willing to replace the TV very soon.
- sat "Tell Captain Martin to come here," said she, and sat down.
- set Fire set by I.W.W. men.
- sit " Sit down," she said.
- sort "While this sort of fun goes on I do not think we can be better off than where we are," answered the dame.
- sot So they was to be married, Berry and the gal, an' the time it was sot, an' the day it come, an' all was ready, an' the young folks was on the floor, and the 'squire was jist a commencin' to say the ceremony, when lo!
- RT Thou'rt ever ready to be where shafts and quarrels fly.
- ST Marion died at his house in St. John's parish.
- SGT 200201 Sgt. F. C. CAMERON.
- SST In 1987 New Alliance was sold to SST, who re-released Bonus Fat on EP, cassette, and compact disc.
- SRO The alkaline earth metals all react with the halogens to form ionic halides, such as calcium chloride (CaCl2), as well as reacting with oxygen to form oxides such as strontium oxide (SrO).
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