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|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
|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 ...
|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.
|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 ...
|CHAPTER 30 MAKING IT SHINE: EDITING TIPS FOR THE MEMO AND BRIEF "A |
single word often betrays a great design." — Jean Baptiste Racine "There is no
such thing as good writing. There is only good rewriting." — Justice Brandeis No
|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
|Ultimately, promises reveal one's devotion to other-centeredness. For instance ... |
When something in the design goes wrong the car is recalled for repairs.
Altruistically, we ... see how healing can happen when we keep our word, no
matter the pain. ... Often betrayal is experienced long before we become adults. J:
Sure, in ...
|Are you more interested in one-upmanship than comradeship? Our use of |
language and metaphor often betrays our genuine feelings. ... We have words for
every circumstance, so make sure you choose appropriately and endeavour to
discern what others really mean, ... responses you ask for when designing a form
or questionnaire, responses that betray your prejudices and handicap the
|I have little doubt, that there is a vast deal of sound and useful knowledge, |
suppressed among the best inlbrmed and practical ... we are too often, by
attempting a pretty style, or at least a studied one, betrayed into poverty, and
sometimes even into ... But as each one has words and phrases peculiar to
himself, in this infant branch, we wish those who first introduced ... of teaching all
the arts by description; however, the design at first blush seems to be ill
considered, and it is probable, ...