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Use "cag" in a sentence
"The charmingly titled cagómetro - Barcelona's very own crapping-yourself-ometre, measuring Catalan fear by the crapahertz - was flickering into life."
"Her little all was indeed little, - a few chickens, some "spun-truck," a sheep that she had nursed from an orphaned lamb, a "cag" of apple-vinegar, and a bag of dried fruit, - but it had its value to the mountain lawyer; and when he realized that this was indeed "all" he drew the petition in consideration thereof, and appended the affidavits of Jubal Tynes and Dr. Patton."
"So we were ready and thankfully the "USS Ronald Reagan" was able to close the distance and the cag 14 guys responded."