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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 ...
|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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|QuotationsBook.com. - 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, ...
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Quotes to Inspire: “A drawing is always dragged down to the level of its caption.
|the spread of Christianity and helped form its character and practice by |
underscoring the power and importance of words ... of this dominance of word
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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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|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.|
|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 ...
|George Orwell’s famous satire of the Soviet Union, in which “all animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”|