Phonics 6 Worksheet - Short vowel sound ea
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1001 Catullus Carmen I with notes and translation
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Welcome to Spiveys Corner: The National Hollering Contest
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Hollerin' is considered by some to be the earliest form of communication between humans. It is a traditional form of communication used in rural areas before the days of telecomm
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