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" ... livelong day, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus, from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases, joined together without rule, and... "
Lectures on the science of language, delivered at the Royal institution of ... - Page 54
by Friedrich Max Müller - 1861
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - Africa, Southern - 1842 - 624 pages
...children of nature, through the livelong day, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus from this infant Babel proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule, and in the course of...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers - Creation - 1844 - 390 pages
...children of nature, through the live-long day, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus, from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases, joined together without rule, and in the course of...
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Vestiges of the natural history of creation

Robert Chambers - Science - 1845 - 280 pages
...children of nature, through the livelong day, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus, from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases, joined together without rule, and in the course of...
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The alphabet of nature

Alexander John Ellis - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1845
...children of nature, through the livelong day, become habituated to a language of their own The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus, from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect joined together without rule, and, in the course of a generation, the entire character of the language...
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The British World in the East: A Guide Historical, Moral, and ..., Volume 1

Leitch Ritchie - Australia - 1846
...voluble condescend to the less precocius, and thus from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule ; and in the course of a generation the entire character of the language is changed." The Bushmen, it may be supposed, having...
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Vestige of the Natural History of Creation: With a Sequel

Robert Chambers - Evolution - 1846 - 303 pages
...children of nature, through the livelong day, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus, from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases, joined together without rule, and in the course of...
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Memoirs of the life of the Rev. John Williams, missionary to ..., Volume 25

Ebenezer Prout - Religion - 1846 - 618 pages
...children of nature, through the livelong dav, become habituated to a language of their own. The more voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus from this infant Babel proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule, and in the course of...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - Missions - 1846 - 164 pages
...voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus from this infant Babel proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule, and in the cuurse of a generation the entire character of the language is changed. Their servile state, their...
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The British World in the East: A Guide... to India, Volume 2

Leitch Ritchie - Australasia - 1847
...voluble condescend to the less precocius, and thus from this infant Babel, proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule; and in the course of a generation the entire character of the language is changed." The Bushmen, it may be supposed, having...
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An Investigation of the Theories of the Natural History of Man

William Frederick Van Amringe - Anthropology - 1848 - 739 pages
...voluble condescend to the less precocious, and thus from this infant Babel proceeds a dialect composed of a host of mongrel words and phrases joined together without rule, and in the course of a generation the entire character of the language is changed." Here, then, is at least one way by which...
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