Sanders' Test-speller: Designed for the Use of the Higher Classes in Schools, and for Teachers' Institutes

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Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, 1875 - English language - 96 pages
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Page 63 - Pa t9hpu' ly a plant from which perfume is made. Stil la ti' tious.... .falling in drops; drawn by a still. Jer'bo a the jumping hare. Sy nec'do,P. he... .a figure of speech in which the whole is put for a part or part for the whole. U dom' e ter a rain-gauge ; moisture-measure.
Page 66 - A. A class of plants having stamens united in three or more bodies or bundles, by the filaments. POLYBASIC. Having, or combined with, several bases. POLYCHRO1TE. A peculiar extractive matter obtained from saffron, which undergoes changes of color by the action of reagents.
Page 81 - A prison so constructed that the inspector can see each of the prisoners at all times, without being seen by them.

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