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

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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?
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