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" It was this very morning that Garrone let us know what he is like. When I entered the school a little late, because the mistress of the upper first had stopped me to inquire at what hour she could find me at home, the master had not yet arrived, and three... "
Cuore: An Italian Schoolboy's Journal, a Book for Boys - Page 10
by Edmondo De Amicis - 1915 - 326 pages
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Studies in Literature and Composition for High Schools, Normal Schools, and ...

Wells Hawks Skinner - English language - 1897 - 227 pages
...and write out a description of his character, giving your reasons for each point. A GENEROUS DEED. It was this very morning that Garrone let us know...three or four boys were tormenting poor Crossi, the one with the red hair, who has a dead arm, and whose mother sells vegetables. They were poking him...
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Elementary English Composition: Designed for Use in the Highest Grammar ...

Tuley Francis Huntington - English language - 1907 - 357 pages
...Night; the plays concerned with English history. SECTION 49 Story Showing Character A GENEROUS DEED It was this very morning that Garrone let us know...three or four boys were tormenting poor Crossi, the one with the red hair, who has a dead arm, and whose mother sells vegetables. They were poking him...
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Foundation English: The Expression of Ideas

Alice B. Macdonald - English language - 1911 - 287 pages
...and write out a description of his character, giving your reasons for each point. A GENEROUS DEED. It was this very morning that Garrone let us know...three or four boys were tormenting poor Crossi, the one with the red hair, who has a dead arm, and whose mother sells vegetables. They were poking him...
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The Heart of a Boy (Cuore)

Edmondo De Amicis - 1912 - 296 pages
...GENEROUS DEED Wednesday, the 26th This very morning Garrone showed what he is like. When I went into school, a little late because the mistress of the upper first had stopped me to ask at what time she could BIO come to my house and find us at home, the master was not yet there,...
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The Boys' and Girls' Readers: Fourth-[sixth] reader

Emma Miller Bolenius - Readers - 1919
...a me' ches) Read silently. Notice how this Italian school differs from yours. I. A GENEROUS DEED 1 IT was this very morning that Garrone let us know what he is like. 2 When I entered the school a little late, because the mistress of the upper first had stopped me to...
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