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  • book 1095. Is the account in Mr. Linklater's book kept in her name?
  • cook Ride on and leave us to cook our dinner."
  • cooke For some years he was co-editor of the Transylvania Journal of Medicine with Doctor Cooke.
  • dock "Well, Captain," said John, when the boys approached the dock and found their boat already at hand.
  • dork Instead of traditional chess pieces, the "kingdoms" are represented by pictures of the pieces on large colored tokens, (each player has his own color: red, yellow, green, or blue), accompanied by a humorous picture of a Dork Tower character.
  • hook I went to Edinburgh by way of Hook of Holland and Folkstone.
  • hooke John Hooke died the first winter, as did also William Holbeck.
  • hooky This I did. I signed my own report card, wrote my own notes when I played hooky and missed school.
  • kook Herb Bergson, American politician Maria Bergson, architect Michał Bergson (1820–1898), Polish composer and pianist Peter Bergson, pseudonym of Zionist activist Hillel Kook (1915–2001) Fictional characters: Bill Bergson, boy detective created by Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren
  • kooky Chronicle XL ( Kooky, 2014) Secondary recordings Short Stories for Pauline (FBN36) – Despite being given a catalogue number at the time, this album was not released until 2013.
  • look I suppose you are not quite so young as you look, are you?
  • nook The temple-servant was absent, and the priest was asleep, breathing heavily, in an arm-chair in a dark nook behind the marble group.
  • nooky John " Nooky" Swanson was a local Brunswick boy who joined the cricket club at 14 years old in 1955/56.
  • rook But I have since found the accompanying solution with three queens, a rook, and a bishop, though the pieces do not protect one another.
  • tack We must tack ship, and stand after him; if fair words won't bring him to reason, I see no other remedy than blows."
  • tacky In 2007, referring to the International Biographical Centre, the American Bibliographical Institute and Marquis Who's Who, Jan Margosian, consumer information coordinator for the Oregon Department of Justice, warned consumers to be wary and called the companies "pretty tacky", adding "I don't know why they would put you in there if they werent hoping to get you to buy the book.
  • take "But take care that she does not surpass your wishes.
  • teak The packing case was deep and wide and long, made of tough teak and banded at intervals with iron bands.
  • tick The clock tick-tocked away five minutes, then ten.
  • tko Barber turned pro in 1986 and won the vacant WBO light-heavyweight title with a TKO win over Tom Collins at Town Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire, England in 1991.
  • tog HV – Low friction Drive Band Bullets high velocity ID-Classic – RWS fragmentation bullet, ex-TIG after Brenneke-license was not renewed I-T – Incendiary tracer IB – Interbond (Hornady) J – Jacketed JAP – Jacketed aluminium point JFP – Jacketed flat point JHC – Jacketed hollow cavity JHP – Jacketed hollow point JHP/sabot – Jacketed hollow point/sabot JSP – Jacketed soft point L – Lead L-C – Lead combat L-T – Lead target LF – Lead free LFN – Long flat nose LFP – Lead flat point LHP – Lead hollow point LRN – Lead round nose LSWC – Lead semiwadcutter LSWC-GC – Lead semiwadcutter gas checked LWC – Lead wadcutter LTC – Lead truncated cone MC – Metal cased MHP – Match hollow point MK – Sierra MatchKing MRWC – Mid-range wadcutter MP – Metal point (only the tip of the bullet is covered) NP – Nosler partition OTM – open tip match OWC – Ogival wadcutter P – Practice, proof PB – Lead bullet PB – Parabellum PL – Remington Power-Lokt PnPT – Pneumatic point PPL – Paper patched lead PSP – Plated soft point PSP, PTDSP – Pointed soft point PRN – Plated round nose RBT – Rebated boat tail RN – Round nose RNFP – Round nose flat point RNL – Round nose lead SCHP – Solid copper hollow point SJ – Semi-jacketed SJHP – Semi-jacketed hollow point SJSP – Semi-jacketed soft point SLAP – Saboted light armor penetrator SP – Soft point SP – Spire point Sp, SPTZ – Spitzer SPC – Special purpose cartridge SpHP – Spitzer hollow point SST – Hornady Super shock tip SSp – Semi-spitzer ST – Silver tip STHP – Silver tip hollow point SWC – Semiwadcutter SX – Super explosive SXT – Winchester Ranger supreme expansion technology T – Tracer TAG – Brenneke lead-free bullet (German: Torpedo Alternativ-Geschoß) TBBC – Carter/Speer Trophy Bonded Bear Claw soft point TBSS – Carter/Speer Trophy Bonded Sledgehammer solid TC – Truncated cone THV – Terminal high velocity TIG – Brenneke fragmentation bullet (German: Torpedo Ideal-Geschoß) TMJ – Total metal jacket TNT – Speer TNT TUG – Brenneke deformation bullet (German: Torpedo Universal-Geschoß) TOG – Brenneke deformation bullet (German: Torpedo Optimal-Geschoß) UmbPT – Umbrella point UNI-Classic – RWS deformation bullet, ex-TUG after Brenneke-license was not renewed.
  • toga According to Tacitus, his efforts met with great success; Latin began to be spoken, the toga to be worn, temples, town halls, and private houses to be built in Roman fashion.
  • togo SO Togo and I went home.
  • tojo His death would end the truce between the Tojo Clan and the Omi Alliance, leading to a war between the clans.
  • tokay It was a Tokay Imperial of 1863, the genuine Essenz, from Prince Esterhazy's own wine cellar, and the best brain stimulant and brain clearer in the world, as every connoisseur knows.
  • toke This same yere the kyng faught with the Frensshmen at Scluse, where there were sclayn of Frensshmen xxx m^{l}; and the kyng toke and scomfyted at the sayd bataill of Scluse cccx schippes.
  • too I told you Mother thought we were too old!
  • tool Mariequita sat near by, dangling her legs, watching him work, and handing him nails from the tool-box.
  • toot Suddenly a sharp toot sent the echoes scudding back and forth among the hills.
  • tooth Please lend me the shark's tooth off your necklace.
  • toque Her toque wasn't so big nor so saucy, and the fur on it-not to mention that the descending peacock was a brunette and ...
  • tuck Then sit down-and, before you do, tuck that rug under my feet, will you?
  • turk But the Turk has his own fashion of talk and of thought, and there was no time for wrangling.
  • tyke "I'll tell the skipper ye sat the tyke at me!" cried the boy.
  • Betook Accordingly he assembled his friends and we betook ourselves to the Notary's house.
  • Took He took it up and gazed at it.
  • retook After this he retook his place and saluted.
  • dorky In retrospective, the Square Enix staff commented that Cloud is a "dorky" person in contrast to being a serious character.

9 words made from the letters tookk

4 letter words made from tookk:

otok, koto, koot, toko, kook.

5 letter words made from tookk:

kotok.

3 letter words made from tookk:

too, tko, oto.

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