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Cred'e re [cred'i tus] = to believe. Lo'cus = a place.
Fors [for'tis] = brave, strong.
“ Live truly, and thy life shall be cred'it or
a great and noble creed.” — Bonar. cred'i ble “Creditors have better memories in cred'i ble than debtors." — Franklin. dis' lo cate That statement is incredible. lo' cal
When performing on the trapeze, the lo cal'i ty
athlete dislocated his arm. lo ca'tion The paper contained much news of for' ti fy local interest. ef'fort less 66 The comforter whom we need is com'fort er not the one who will merely say kind things, but the one who will do them.”
90 stom'ach daf'fo dil
Tsar, or Czar pal'ate
fuch'si a tin'der Kai'ser mu'cous ver be'na
wal'let Pres'i dent sa li' va hy'a cinth
In a court of law, a jury consists ju'ror of a body of sworn jurors, usually tri'al
twelve in number, whose duty it is con tending to sit in judgment at the trial of any
question in dispute between the conevli dence tending parties and to render a verdict wit'ness in accord with the evidence given by suc cess'ful
the witnesses examined. re sist'ance “Every successful resistance
to temptation is a victory."
hav'oc car'nage spav'in twaddle
lim'it knight lim'i ta'tion knight'hood par'a graph
va nilla cit'ron gal'ler y fes toon'
foun da'tion hon'es ty mor'al sen'si ble af front au thor'i ty scep'ter mas'ter y es'sence her'o ism
“Honesty of action is the foundation of the finest manners."
“A moral, sensible, well-bred mau Will not affront me, no other can."
- Cowper. “ Virtue must tip the preacher's tongue and the ruler's scepter with authority.”
Self-mastery is the essence of heroism." — Emerson.
Por ta're (por tat'us] = to carry, to bear.
Fol'i um = a leaf.
Articles of commerce imported are called im'ports; those exported, ex'ports. A vessel used to transport' soldiers is called a trans'port. " Thick with sparkling Orient gems The portal shone.” — Milton.
A portfolio is a portable case for hold. ing loose papers, drawings, etc.
The porter will carry the luggage for the passengers.
com'ment per plex' be quest'
pros'pect li bra'ri an re store'
The assembled spectators were much as sem'bled pleased with the play given recently at
the theater. the'a ter “ Applause from old friends and re'cent ly
neighbors is the most grateful that ap plause' ever reaches human ears. Blaine. lunch'eon I took luncheon at the café.
“There the capitol thou seest cap'i tol
Above the rest lifting its stately head." state'ly
Milton. met'tle “ The rascal hath good mettle in him.”
“ Work wields the weapons of power, wins the palm of success, and wears the crown of victory."
corpuscle con vey' con veyed cir'cu late worn 'out'
The bright red corpuscles of the blood when leaving the lungs are rich with oxygen. This is conveyed to all parts of the body as the blood circulates. Thus the wornout tissues are repaired. Upon losing the oxygen, the corpuscles become dark red. The venous blood returns to the lungs for a renewal of oxygen, and, as arterial blood, issues again from the lungs and heart for circuit of the body.
tis'sue ve'nous re new'al ar te'ri al circuit
“ Truth may bend, but it will never break. Truth will ever rise above falsehood, like oil above water."