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Ord do [or' din is] = order, rank.
Spec'e re [spec'tus] (speci, spy)= to look. es py' dev'o tee!
de vo'tion al or dain' es pe'cial spec'i men
pro spec'tus or' di nal de vout'ly
in spec'tion re spect'a ble
or' di na ry
“I have only one counsel for you — be master.”
can' di date Of the several candidates nominated nom'i nate for the Presidency of the United States Pres'i den cy in 1904, Theodore Roosevelt, RepubliRe pub'li can can, and Alton B. Parker, Democrat, Dem'o crat were the successful nominees of their nom'i neel respective parties. As a standard re spective bearer, each, in a measure, directed standard the policy of the campaign through
the party committee. In their letters cam paign' of acceptance, the candidates anis' sue
nounced to the public their views on ac cept'ance the questions at issue.
Fun' de re [fu'sus] (found)= to melt, to pour.
Po ser' (French)= to place. re fund' in fuse'
in'ter pose! ex pose' found'ry com pos'er con fu'sion
fu'si ble com pos'ure ex pos'ure
Without Hyphen bird's-eye text-book tell'tale fire'proof life-size well-bred wide'spread brake'man house-fly air-slacked north west! day'break two-edged fifty-two wa'ter fall eye'sight
Innocent diversion relaxes the re lax'
66 A brave man hazards, but not con'science his conscience." Schiller. dis course
"Let your discourse with men com'pre hen/sive of business be short and comre spect'ful prehensive; with men of station in quis'i tive respectful, and by no means inap pease' quisitive.” — Washington. . be calm
Christ appeased the winds, and tur'bu lent the turbulent seas were becalmed. pac'i fied
The fretful child was pacified.
“ Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company, and reflection perfect him.”
Pli ca're [pli ca'tus] (ple, plicit, plex) = to fold, bend.
Fors (fortis] (forc) = strong.
ter'ror wright re sume ro'dent
a nat'o my e lector
ar til'ler y en grav'er en dorse' op'er a tive parla chute martyr dom
ho'li ness fer til'i ty pat'ron age
“A nation is made great only by worthy citizens.”
“Many aquatic animals, whose par'ti cle
food consists of small particles difdif fuse fused through the water, have an apap'pa raltus paratus for creating currents to bring cre ate'
such particles within their reach." gen'ius
“Genius is nothing but labor and diligence.” — Hogarth.
I will adjust my affairs that I may ac com'mo date accommodate my friend. ab hor
Abhor that which is evil, cleave to cleave
that which is good. ges'ture
“Gesture is the language of the body.”
dil'i gence ad just
Gra'tus (grati, grac, gre)
pleasing, thankful. Pa ra're (pa ra'tus] = to make ready. in'grate
a gree'a bly grat'i tude gra'cious ly sep'a ra'tion
grate'ful ness dis grace'ful com par'a tive sep'ar a ble com pare
prep'a ra'tion pre par'a to ry