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|By words the mind is winged. - Aristophanes A synonym is a word you use when |
you can't spell the word you first thought of. - Bacharach, Burt I am a dreamer of
words, of written words. I think I am reading; a word stops me. I leave the page.
|Wars have been started, and ended, by words. People are inspired to greatness |
by words, and they are discouraged to idleness by them as well. As Aristophanes
said, By words the mind is winged. I remember the first time I truly understood ...
|Out of her passion for God and her passion for words well understood and used |
correctly for the blessing they can be to us and others, she has written us a book!
Keep it ... Aristophanes, a Greek philosopher said, "by words the mind is winged.
|Words are things; and a small drop of ink, Falling like dew upon a thought, |
produces That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think. Lord Byron
By words the mind is winged. (Aristophanes) Everything you read becomes
|Three valuable texts were Chambers Dictionary of Etymol- ogy, Merriam-Webster |
New Book of Word Histories, and the American Heritage Dictionary, which
includes a word history every ... As Aristophanes noted, By words the mind is
|b Morphology: The Words of Language By words the mind is winged. |
ARISTOPHANES (450 BCE388 BCE) A powerful agent is the right word.
Whenever we come upon one of those intensely right words . . . the resulting
effect is physical as ...
|A Thesaurus or Compendium of Words Related to Old Age James L. Reynolds, |
MD. A diverse word is not only invigorating, but has connotative value, as
increasingly recognized by politicians: Barak Obama ... "By words the mind is
|Chapter-6: Building. Your. Platform. By words the mind is winged. |
Aristophanes (c. 448385). Introduction. A platform is a vehicle that
communicates your overall value to a targeted audience. A platform in the context
of career management ...
|I. 'WINGED WORDS' (Addendum to pp. 67 f. (esp. n. 4 on p. §7) and p. 86) While |
this is in proof, Professor J. A. K. Thomson (CI. Quarterly, 1936, 1 ff.) has
explained fhrca tttepoevtcc as an image of words as arrows feathered and so
flying true ...
|Each thing that exists has a word in which it lives in the mind, and a crowd of |
qualifying words whereby it is clothed in garments ... and, when theassociation of
other minds is invoked, they change to winged messengers, traveling by air, or
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