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At its narrowest point, the English
“ Make every bargaiu clear and plain That none may afterwards complain.” The caster under the bureau is broken.
com plain' bu'reau
wrap'per e lect' re mark'
can'ker grippe pat'tern na'sal
no'ti fy gyp'sy scout
ci'pher cu'ri ous court streak
3 en'tr: ce
6 Beware of entrance to a quarrel.” tail
The tailo will commence work upon sg com nce my suit of clothes to-morrow. limp'ing “ Next November limping, battered, bat'ter Now the goodly ships are shattered bat'tered
Far at sea on rock and reef.” reef
“The cap of velvet could not hold tress'es The tresses of her hair of gold.” prac'tice “ Practice makes perfect.” head'ache “ A crown is no cure for a headache.'
a flung I flung a stone into the brook.
cleanse pu'ri fy fleet hoarse'ly strewn tim'ber pov'er ty
“Cleans: the fountain if you would pure the stream.”
“oard the thunder hoarsely laugh, Many fleets were strewn like chaff.”
The timbers creak under the heavy strain.
“If poverty is the mother of crime, want of sense is the father.”
“ Religion is the best armor in the world, but the worst cloak.”
re lig'ion ar'mor
ear'nest ef'fort pa'tri ot
5 « Success follows earnest effor. “Such is the patriot's boast where'er
we roam, His first, best country, is his home.” 6 The dean was famous in his time, And had a kind of knack at rhyme. “ Then high above the river's mist
appears an arc of light, A city sleeps, at either end enveloped
in the night.”
reign pri'vate sta'tion buoy
6 The king reigns.
“ The post of honor is the private station."
Buoys warn sailors of danger.
The vapors hug the stream;
that life and love can die
northern gleam pau'per
7 beck'on Time did beckon to the flowers, and cun'ning ly they with'er By noon most cunningly did steal away with'ered And withered in my hand.” shepherd “ And every shepherd tells his tale haw'thorn Under the hawthorn in the dale.” dale
“Laziness travels so slowly that poverty
overtakes him." o ver take
The approach to the house is by a gentle ap proach' rise of ground. rise
ex cept anx'ious cleanse
sir'up bi'cy cle en vel'op knack
cre ate scan'dal gos'sip ed'u cate gas'es flu'id noise'less
8 “It takes two to create a scandal, one gossip to tell it, and one to listen to it."
“Every man must educate himself.”
All liquids, air, and all gases are called fluids, because they flow.
- With noiseless step, sweet memory comes."
“Spring has clad the
ze'bra thresh shield gnash mix'ture
to bac'co car'ry ing taint bel'low ve'hi cle heav'y heav'i ly qui'et ly
cornet lath'er bru'tal swine ju'nior ex pense' cam'phor sau'cer ex cursion cush'ion bayo net sum'mit
10 “ Evil company is like tobacco smoke - you cannot be long in its presence without carrying away its taint.”
Do you hear the cattle bellow ?
“Our minds are like certain vehicles, - when they have little to carry, they make much noise about it; but when heavily loaded, they run quietly."
“ I lie amid the goldenrod,
“ The sounding aisles of the dim
aisle an'them tan'gle tan'gled de ceive gild dis grace re tire! hovel gait un'ion im pell im pelled'
To the anthem of the free.” “ Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive.”
“A sunny temper gilds the edges of life's blackest clouds."
In disgrace, the thief retires to his hovel, to die.
The horse moves at a slow gait.
It is a pleasure to ride a horse that canters.
Health is better than wealth.
“For in the inn, there was no better room."