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Forrest G. Robinson - 1995 - 258 pages
|The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy grants an entry only to The Adventures of Tom |
Sawyer among his books.8 Its two ... by appealing to his "I don't give a damn for a
man that can spell a word only one way" - redacted also as "You should never ...
|Spelling A man occupied with puhlic or other important husiness cannot, and |
need not, attend to spelling. Napoleon Bonaparte It's a damn poor mind that can
think of only one way to spell a word! Andrew Jackson I don 't give a damn fbr a
|The English passion for correct spelling did not blossom until Franklin's century, |
the 18th. ... problems too seriously, however, perhaps we should give Mark Twain
the last word: “I don't give a damn for a man that can spell a word only one way.
|Many people, of course, still have problems with spelling. They can take heart |
from the words of Mark Twain, who once remarked, "I don't give a damn for a man
that can spell a word only one way." RECT comes from the Latin word ream, ...
|This line of thought also ignores the possibility that creative reputations can be |
earned by doing the best possible work on a ... He also said, “I don't give a damn
about a man who can spell a word only one way” (quoted by Sela 1994, p. 339).
|The saddest summary of a Life contains three descriptions: could have, might |
have, and should have. ... Twain recognized the value of exploring multiple
options when he said, “I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word
|... I will be repeating some of the material more than once, but repetition, even |
discrepant repetition, may not be all bad. Remember Mark Twain's statement to
the effect that, "I don't give a damn for a man who can spell a word only one way.
|Play them when you want to get the party started, or wind things down at the end |
of an evening. I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way.
MARK TWAIN Charades The quintessential party game and time-tested favorite ...
|I don't give a damn for a man who can spell a word only one way," Mark Twain |
once said. He was expressing a sentiment applauded by millions who never can
remember whether it's "i" before "e" or the other way around. But heip is on the ...
|In Treasury of Mark Twain, pages 10 and 17, Hallmark Editions, can be found "|
exper-ience." Old Mark Twain probably wouldn't care. He once said: "I don't give
a damn for a man who can spell a word only one way." We think he would lump ...