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Why is Q Always Followed by U?: Word-Perfect Answers to the Most-Asked ...
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adjective affix animal Arctic Ocean attorney beasts bird body bread breathe celery church clothes coat colour complete participle consonant dark prison Dartmoor derived disease Doctor of Medicine dough drachm dress eight error EXAMINATION EXERCISES EXAMPLES father Feminine fish flowers following sentences following words fruit George Give gold grass hair honour horse hostler inflexions insect iron John kind king knife language Latin LESSON means Niagara river Note.—The nouns past tense persons plaice Plural prefix present Principal root prisoner pupil reindeer relation river rode round rule sails Saxon SECTION sheep ship Silent slough sly fox soldier sound speak stem sugar suitable words superlative syllable thief things tree verbs vowel walk wild WOEDS wood words ending Write a list Write the following Write the names ZaZZ
Page 50 - Romans I Corinthians II Corinthians Galatians Ephesians Philippians Colossians I Thessalonians II Thessalonians I Timothy II Timothy Titus Philemon Hebrews...
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Page 34 - ... dominion over the fowls of the air, the beasts of the field, and the fish of the sea, including all things passing through the paths of the sea.
Page 97 - Primitive words ending in y, preceded by a consonant, change the y into i before any termination but 's, or one commencing with i ; as, merry, merrier ; pity, pitiless.
Page 110 - WORDS ENDING IN Y, PRECEDED BY A CONSONANT, change the y into i before any termination but 's, or one commencing with i ; as, merry, merrier ; pity, pitiless.
Page 155 - Haughtiness is founded on the high opinion we entertain of ourselves; disdain, on the low opinion we have of others; arrogance is the result of both, but, if anything, more of the former than the latter.
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Page 158 - Latin sufficient, participle of sufficio, compounded of sub andfacere, to make, signifies made or suited to the purpose. He has enough whose desires are satisfied; he has sufficient whose wants are supplied. We may therefore frequently have sufficiency when we have not enough. A greedy man is commonly in this case, who has never enough, although he has more than a sufficiency.