The Writer, 7. sējums

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The Writer, 1894

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86. lappuse - I knew a very wise man that believed that if a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation. —Letter to
150. lappuse - dell, Some valley in the west, Where, free from toil and pain, The weary soul may rest? The loud wind dwindled to a whisper low, And sighed for pity as it answered, “No.” Tell me, thou mighty deep, Whose billows round me play,
100. lappuse - Solomon: “Of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh.”
85. lappuse - FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS. A collection of passages, phrases, and proverbs, traced to their sources in ancient and modern literature. By John Bartlett. Ninth edition.
31. lappuse - “The liquor doctors rail at, and which I Will quaff in spite of them; and when we die We'll toss up who died first of drinking tea, And cry out, ‘Heads or tails?' where'er we be.”
150. lappuse - blest, Where grief may find a balm, And weariness a rest? Faith, Hope, and Love, best boons to mortals given, Waved their bright wings, and whispered,” Yes, in heaven.” The
150. lappuse - CHARLES MACKAY. Tell me, ye winged winds, That round my pathway roar, Do ye not know some spot Where mortals weep no more? Some lone and
150. lappuse - Endorse (for “approve”). En route. Esq. Graduate (for “is graduated “). Gents (for “gentlemen”). Hon. House (for “House of Representatives”). Humbug. Inaugurate (for “begin”). In our midst. Item (for “particle,” “extract,” or “paragraph”). Is being done, and all passives of this form. Jeopardize. Jubilant (for “rejoicing”). Juvenile (for “boy”). Lady (for “wife'
115. lappuse - “Try” an experiment for “make” an experiment. Singular subject with contracted plural verb, e. g., “She don't skate well.” Plural pronoun with singular antecedent. Every “man” or “woman” should do “their” duty; or, if you look “any one” straight in the face, “they” will flinch. “ Expect” for “suspect.” “First rate” as an adverb. “Nice,”
22. lappuse - “Homely phrases, but each letter Full of hope, and yet of heartbreak; Full of all the tender pathos Of the Here and the Hereafter.”

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