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Travels Through Syria and Egypt, in the Years 1783, 1784, and 1785 ... - Page 195
by Constantin-François Volney - 1788
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A New English Grammar, Logical and Historical: By Henry Sweet, Part 1

Henry Sweet - English language - 1900
...as is always the case with pure conjunctions in English. Thus the half-conjunction however can stand at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence : however, I told him it would not do — / told him, however, it would not do — I told...
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A New English Grammar, Logical and Historical: By Henry Sweet, Part 1

Henry Sweet - English language - 1900
...as is always the case with pure conjunctions in English. Thus the half-conjunction however can stand at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence : however, I told him it would not do — / told him, however, it would not do — I told...
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French Musical Diction: An Orthologic Method for Acquiring a Perfect ...

Camille Thurwanger - French language - 1910 - 106 pages
...the name MUTE has been given to the letter, and to the syllables made with it. A mute syllable can be at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a word. EXAMPLES OF MUTE SYLLABLES: venir, sagement, libre, ame. EXAMPLES OF TONIC ACCENT: venir, sagement,...
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Manual of Style: A Compilation of the Typographical Rules in Force at the ...

University of Chicago. Press - Authorship - 1910 - 224 pages
...omission of one or more words not essential to the idea which it is desired to convey. For an ellipsis at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence four periods, separated by a space (en-quad), should ordinarily be used, except in very narrow...
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A Latin Grammar

Harry Edwin Burton - Latin language - 1911 - 337 pages
...(in-bellis), imperitus (inperitus), tantus (from tam), somnus (for sop-nus). 50. (b) A consonant may disappear at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a word: as, larus (tlatus from tollo), lupiter (Diupiter), nosed (gnosco), natus (gnatus), locus (stlocus);...
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Manual of Style: A Compilation of Typographical Rules Governing the ...

University of Chicago. Press - Proofreading - 1911 - 259 pages
...mutilations, and other lacunae in a document, MS, or other material which is quoted. For an ellipsis at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence four periods, separated by a space (en-quad), should ordinarily be used, except in very narrow...
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Talking Business, Volume 1

John Mantle Clapp, L. N. Andres - Business - 1919 - 526 pages
...given details and by phrasing in general, for any college student knows that whether an idea is placed at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence or paragraph it affects emphasis, and that the very phrasing of the thought may make it insignificant...
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Language for Men of Affairs, Volume 1

1919
...given details and by phrasing in general, for any college student knows that whether an idea is placed at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a sentence or paragraph it affects emphasis, and that the very phrasing of the thought may make it insignificant...
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St. Basil and Greek Literature, Volumes 1-4

Leo Vincent Jacks - 1922 - 123 pages
...conversio eius virtus eius est (140, 56). d) Paronomasia produced by the change of a letter or syllable, at the beginning, in the middle or at the end of a word. There is a more evident effect of punning in this sort of paronomasia, which is sometimes clever, but...
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Harmony

Heinrich Schenker - Music - 1980 - 359 pages
...defends Schubert's declamation against Halm.] Such step progression, IV-VI, may occur anywhere — at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of a musical thought. The particular significance of the IV step in such a process has been discussed in...
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