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|A Single Word often Betrays a Great Design. Athalie, ii. 6. Souvent d'un grand |
dessein un mot nous fait juger. A single word often betrays a great design. See
Psalm viii. 2. God Never Deserts His Children. Athalie, ii. 7. Dieu laissa-t-il jamais
|Proverbs 15:23 The words of his mouth were smoother than butter, but war was |
in his heart his words were softer than oil, yet were W they drawn swords. Psalm
55:21 ... Lewis Carroll A single word often betrays a great design. Jean Baptiste ...
|Good words are better than bad strokes. — Shakespeare. Syllables govern the |
world. — John Selden. Words are but pictures of our thoughts. — Dry den. A
single word often betrays a great design. — Kacine. He that hath knowledge
|thkespeare. Good words are better than bad strokes—Shakespeare. Syllables |
govern the world—John Selden. “'ords are but pictures of our thoughts—Dryden.
A single word often betrays a great design.-—Racine. He that hath his words.
|(John Wilkins 1614 - 72) “A single word often betrays a great design.” (Racine |
1639 - 99) “In those instances where two or three individuals of similar skills
interview for the same job, it's been shown that the individual who is often
extended the ...
|A wise man hears one word and understands two. - Proverb, Yiddish Verbosity |
leads to unclear, inarticulate things. - Quayle, Dan A single word often betrays a
great design. - Racine, Jean There is no greater impediment to the advancement
|“A single word often betrays a great design,” declared the French dramatist |
Racine. Words are still humankind's essential tool for explaining complex
phenomena in simple ways. As we move further into the Information Age, it
seems likely that ...
|That bath knowledge spareth his words. – Proverb 11.Sharp words make more |
wounds than surgeons can heal. 12. A single word often betrays a great design.
– Jean Baptiste Racine Words are vehicles that can transport us from the drab ...
|Chapter Five DICTION AND PHRASEOLOGY IN MODERN WRITING I. Words |
represent symbols of ideas — know words for they are the tools by means of
which thought is expressed. 1. "Do not ... "A single word often betrays a great
|to him ; as he had prepared himself for it ; and as it was proper that he who had |
betrayed his Lord should remain there. This interpretation maybe defended by
the following considerations: (1.) It is the obvious and natural meaning of the
words. ... Unless men had previously made up their minds not to believe in future
punishment, no one would ever have thought of any ... The design of the
judgment of the great day will be to assign to all the inhabitants of this world their