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|The caption identifies the image and its important elements and relates the image |
to the text. In addition, it may also explain ... The image should be sized to the A
drawing is always dragged down to the level of its caption. —US humorist and ...
|- Thurber, James A drawing is always dragged down to the level of its caption. - |
Thurber, James The animals that depend on instinct have an inherent knowledge
of the laws of economics and of how to apply them; Man, with his powers of ...
|Villages skipped, towns and cities jumped — always somebody else's horizons! |
O bliss! ... Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste.
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Quotes to Inspire: “A drawing is always dragged down to the level of its caption.
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|Familiar Quotations HeadliningThe real winners are not those at the top but those who have come the farthest over the toughest roads. Your victory may never make the headlines.|
|Drag 'til You Drop A drawing is always dragged down to the level of its caption. —|
JAMES THURBER, The New Yorker, August 2, 1930 Oh, you think you're a
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|the spread of Christianity and helped form its character and practice by |
underscoring the power and importance of words ... of this dominance of word
over image in these words: “A drawing is always dragged down to the level ofits
|AN5WER5 TO LAJT WWS CARTOON ACROSTIC "A drawing is always dragged |
down to the level of its caption." — -James Thurber Words: limits; address; postal;
garbage; woodwind; French; juvenile; throat; getaway. • Letters should be sent ...
|In My Life and Hard times, first published in 1933, he recounts the delightful chaos and frustrations of family, boyhood, youth odd dogs, recalcitrant machinery, and the foibles of human nature.|
|No one can deny the power of this novel, its hold on the imaginations of multiple generations of readers, or the resiliency of its admonitions—a legacy that seems only to grow with the passage of time.|