How to syndicate manuscripts: in the day's work and play of the women and men who prepare the material for the Sunday and Saturday afternoon magazines (Google eBook)

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The Writer's digest, 1922 - Journalism - 188 pages
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Page 194 - ... any language, namely, a collection of the words it contains, and of the idiomatic combinations peculiar to it, arranged, not in alphabetical order, as they are in a dictionary, but according to the ideas which they express. The purpose of a dictionary is simply to explain the meaning of words the word being given, to find its signification, or the idea it is intended to convey. The object aimed at...
Page 192 - This new book is the most complete, practical, and helpful working handbook ever issued on the Principles of Poetry and the Composition of all forms of verse.
Page 194 - I know just what I want to say if I could only think of the proper words to express my ideas?
Page 194 - It is regarded by oar most distinguishable scholars as indispensable for daily use as valuable as a dictionary. Handsomely bound in cloth, 071 pages.

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