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Discriminate in regard to use and spelling lin'i ment
ildol fe lic'i tate ve rac'ity lin'e a ment i'dyl fe lic'i tous vo rac'i ty
i'dle in gen'i ous fer'rule ir rup'tion
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fer'ule e rup'tion currier
“He who ascends to mountain tops, shall find
An advantage contributes to one's favor in circumstances, position, comforts; a profit is an acquisition of anything valuable, good, or useful.
“No man can read with profit that which he cannot learn to read with pleasure.” – Porter.
“ Four things belong to a judge: to hear cautiously, to answer wisely, to consider soberly, and to decide impartially.” — Socrates.
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Pre hen' de re [pre hen'sus] (pris) = to lay hold of. Su'ıne re [sump'tus] = to take up, to spend.
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119 He is ingenious who is able to contrive, invent, or originate; clever, who is ready or adroit with hand or brain; talented, who is possessed of great mental power. “It was doubtless an ingenious idea to call the camel the ship of the desert. 66 Genius does what it must, and talent does what it can.
Clumsiness refers to the condition or make-up of a thing; awkwardness and uncouthness, to the outward appearance or deportment. Awkwardness amuses while uncouthness offends. The bear is both clumsy and awkward.
Peaceable citizens are not quarrelsome. The home should be a peaceful abode. Pacific measures should prevail between nations.
120 Discriminate in regard to use and spelling mor'al corps
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Speech is general and applies to all forms of address; oration is formal speech delivered in a dignified manner; a harangue is a loud, vehement speech, designed to appeal to the passions of the listeners; discourse is applied to all public addresses, a conversation; a lecture is a formal and methodical discourse, intended to impart instruction; and a sermon is a discourse by a clergyman on a religious topic.
“ Think before you speak; pronounce not imperfectly, nor bring out your words too hastily, but orderly and distinctly.” – Washington. " Monuments themselves memorials make."
Mi ra' ri [mi ra'tus] = to look at, wonder.
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Study meanings as determined by accent prem'ise pre mise '
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