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|The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation is filled with easy-to-understand rules,real-world examples, dozens of reproducible exercises, and pre- and post-tests.|
|The exemplary novel of the Jazz Age, F. Scott Fitzgeralds' third book, The Great Gatsby (1925), stands as the supreme achievement of his career.|
|His whole manner proclaimed him to be the kind of man who has burst through |
all the confines of daily, routine living with the force of a natural element. He was
one of those men who, immediately somehow, shine out luminously in all the
|and the fireworks would start up, and I'd start thinking about how brave those men |
were that fought in the revolution. ... Finally, as the speaker declares that he
became "one of those men who had gone to war for freedom," we cut to three ...
|that he was one of those men who are no longer to be found but in the lives of |
Plutarch ;'' and of Napoleon Buonaparte, who feels himself competent to speak ?
The attachment of Paoti to his country was manifested, when living, by a patriotic
|Perhaps as a result of the strenuous coaching of Madison and Hamilton at |
Annapolis the year before, he had done more than any man to bring the
Constitutional Convention about. He was one of those men who make a
magnificent first ...
|tendency to drill his flowers like soldiers. He was one of those men who are |
capable of putting four umbrellas in the stand rather than three, so that two may
lean one way and two another; he saw life like a pattern in a freehand drawing-
|For he was essentially one of those men who are always, in the inner workings of |
their minds, defending themselves and attacking others. He could not give a
penny to a woman at a crossing without a look which argued at full length her ...
|The moment he loses that subconscious power of divination, he drops out of the |
race. ... But it is my belief that he was one of those men who cannot be bothered
to organize a social life, who socially live from hand to mouth, making the most ...
|Among the few acquaintance I have made in France, now, for various reasons, |
become my adopted country, is a worthy country curate : he is one of those men
who scrupulously performs the duties of his religion, but in that sense which