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Page 88 - Now, since it is impossible to lecture at all without committing such crimes as these, and since you may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb, why hesitate to perpetrate the final outrage of letting loose your individuality, and saying just what you think in your own way as agreeably and frankly as you can ? Of course you may have no opinion; but in that case, how much easier it would be to simply read aloud the article on Chopin from Grove's...
Page 9 - ... sink to the bottom; pegar öüu er a botninn hvolft when all comes to all, when all is said and done, in the end; baa vantar botninn i »öguna the end of the story is wanting.
Page 27 - Betro [vt] en nt. confide st. to one, commit st. to one's charge, give st. in charge to, trust one with st., entrust st. to...
Page 18 - Baal [n] fire; [Ligbaai] pyre, [funerai] pile; dede paa -et was [tied to a stake and] burned to death, suffered death by fire el. at the stake; demtes til — og Brand was condemned to the stake el.
Page 46 - ... i take part in, partake of, be a party to, share in, participate in, join in; [vise Deltagelse for] interest one's self for, sympathize with; jeg for min — personally el.
Page 1 - Adels|brev patent of nobility, -byrd noble descent, -dame, -frue lady of title, noblewoman, -froken nobleman's daughter, unmarried lady of noble rank, -gal mad about nobility, mad after a handle to his name.
Page 9 - Aldeles [adv] quite, entirely, totally,- abso lutely, altogether, utterly; — ikke not at all, by no [manner of] means, dT. not a bit of it...
Page 10 - Alier|fiest [a] by far the greatest number [of]; dem er der — af they are by far the most numerous, -farrest [a]: de -e very few [people].