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“ Politeness is usually the inmate of so' cial
an honest, social, benevolent heart." be nev'o lent
Holford. reg'u la'tion “Order is the primary regulation ce les'tial
of the celestial regions. Saxe. im ag'i na'tion “ Wit, the flower of imagination, con'ver sa'tion is the salt of conversation." con trast'
We contrast unlike qualities in com pare' objects and compare resemblances. re sem'blance The contrast was noticeable. con'trast
“ Conscience is the sentinel of virsen'ti nel tue.” fa tigue
Fatigue does not always win sleep.”
Rum'pere [rup'tus] = to break, burst.
Teg'e re (tec'tus] = to cover. Urbs [ur' bis] = a city. de tect' sub urban
in'ter urban uroban
sub ur'ban ite sub'urb. de tec'tive ir rup'tion
cor rupt'i ble
leglis la'ture council or'di nance re peal' Mi ka'do Sulltan e'dict re voke' li'cense an nul con'tract a greement con tract
Legislatures make laws, city councils pass ordinances. They can also repeal them. The Mikado of Japan and the Sultan of Turkey issue edicts and have sole power to revoke them. A license may be revoked for cause by the body granting it, or be annulled by a higher authority. Contracts are canceled when the conditions are complied with or by agreement of the contracting parties.
I will contract to do the work.
“Noble ideas of citizenship and its duties strengthen the will of all patriots.” — Gates.
Cae'de re [cae' sum] (cis) = to kill, to cut. Va' de re [va' sus] = to go, rush. Ri'vus = a stream. ri'val ar ri'val
e va'sive e vade de ci'sive
in va'sion con cise
in vad'er in ci'sor de rivla tive
ba'bel laugh'a ble
twinge coun'ter mand! cow'er tire'some ul'ster coun'ter march parse pit'i a ble pal'let con'tro vert va'grant doubt'ful quo'ta con'tra vene! " The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.”
Secret anguish is one of the serious ca lam'i ty calamities of human life. al lure'
Pleasing appearances allure; flat
tery entices; false arts and trickery trick'er y seduce and decoy. se duce
“The frank man is under no restraint;
his lips are ever ready to give utterance re straint' to the dictates of his heart; he has no ut'ter ance
reserve." Quintine. dictate “Greatness appeals to the future.”
ac'ci dental in'ci dent con trib'ute
dis'tri bultion cas'u al ly
des'ig nate res'ig na'tion
trib'u ta ry
mag'net ism gav'el cleft fa natlic fa nat'i cism surge
or gan'ic or'gan ism swerve shire me thod'ic plasm
“The tongue of a fool is the key of his counsel, which, in a wise man, wisdom hath in keeping.”
“ The bee sits on the bloom extracting co logne' liquid sweets.” — Milton. o'dor ous
Colognes are made from the odorous hyp'o crite extracts of flowers. trib'ute “ The hypocrite pays tribute to God im pose'
that he may impose on man.” ad join'ing Things adjoining touch, and those ad ja'cent adjacent are near each other. brav'er y
“Bravery has no place where it can a vail
avail nothing.” — Johnson.
“ Brave actions require no eulogy; war'rant they carry their warrant with them."
" You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one.”