CAKE


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AcronymDefinition
CAKEChicago Area Kodály Educators
CAKEComputer Aided Knowledge Engineering
CAKECommercial Automated Key Escrow (cryptography)
CAKEComputers and Kids' Ergonomics (health and game use study)
CAKEChase, Attack, Kill, Eat (lion's instinct)
CAKEConcentrated Aqueous Kernel Extract (pharmacology)
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'Cake and wine; yesterday was baking-day, so poor sick grandmother is to have something good, to make her stronger.'
'And sit down, both of you,' (to the King and the Unicorn): 'fair play with the cake, you know!'
"Oh, for shame, Aaron," said his mother, taking him on her lap, however; "why, you don't want cake again yet awhile.
Little Joe's mother's cake was the last word in cakes; Captain Jim was the prince of gracious hosts, never even permitting his eyes to wander to the corner where the life-book lay, in all its bravery of green and gold.
"Now for the cake," said Mas'r George, when the activity of the griddle department had somewhat subsided; and, with that, the youngster flourished a large knife over the article in question.
"I used to help grandma bat up cake, and rather liked it, if I remember right," said Tom, letting Polly tie a checked apron on him, put a big bowl into his hands, and settle him near the table, where Maud was picking raisins, and she herself stirring busily about among spice-boxes, rolling-pins, and butter-pots.
The Excelsior Soap Company paid a very small return of any kind to its infantile agents, who were scattered through the state, but it inflamed their imaginations by the issue of circulars with highly colored pictures of the premiums to be awarded for the sale of a certain number of cakes. It was at this juncture that Clara Belle and Susan Simpson consulted Rebecca, who threw herself solidly and wholeheartedly into the enterprise, promising her help and that of Emma Jane Perkins.
"Yet I do not remember seeing the yellow hen since she picked up the crumbs of cake."
He knew perfectly well that long ere the dawn of day his whole soul would be crying out for cake, squealing frantically for cocoa.
"Stella, I had eaten a helping of tongue and one of chicken, three biscuits, a generous allowance of preserves, a piece of pie, a tart, and a square of chocolate cake!"
It is true that he was looking at his cake more than at the pavement.
And you can cut some fruit cake and have some of the cookies and snaps."