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"The multitude of those who err is no excuse for error."

'Cheap prices are made possible by inferior articles."- Robertson.

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"The outlines of the swallow are so clear-cut and angular that they can be reduced to two triangles."

"True love shows costliest where the means are scant." - Lamb. Cotton is a staple product of the South.

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"Every person has two educations, one that he receives from others, and one, more important, that he gives to himself." — Gibbon.

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WORD BUILDING

Ca'put [cap'it is] = a head.
Pon'e re [pos'i tus] = to place.
Sen ti're [sen' sus] = to think, feel.

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The capitalists invested a capital of $1,000,000 in the business.

One falsehood supposes another.
“Man proposes, God disposes."

“Old time, in whose bank we deposit our notes, is a miser.” Holmes.

“Every delay that postpones our joys is long."

It is natural to resent an insult.

“ In nodding assent, the Africans differ from us in lifting the chin.”

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mul'ti tude pos'si ble in fe'ri or ar'ti cle an'gu lar rough'ly tri'an gle cost'li est scant sta'ple

“The multitude of those who err is no excuse for error.”

Cheap prices are made possible by inferior articles." - Robertson.

6. The outlines of the swallow are so clear-cut and angular that they can be reduced to two triangles.”

6. True love shows costliest where the means are scant.' - Lamb.

Cotton is a staple product of the South.

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WORD BUILDING

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Sen ti're [sen' sus] = to think, feel.

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The capitalists invested a capital of $1,000,000 in the business.

One falsehood supposes another.
“ Man proposes, God disposes.”

“Old time, in whose bank we deposit our notes, is a miser.' · Holmes.

“ Every delay that postpones our joys is long."

It is natural to resent an insult.

“In nodding assent, the Africans differ from us in lifting the chin.”

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"The Old Guard dies; it never surrenders."

"Gratitude is the fairest blossom of the soul."

A covetous man is never satisfied. We never repent of eating too little. "Let every one engage in the business with which he is best acquainted.'

A wise man will adhere to his de. cisions when wisely made.

"The shadows flicker to and fro."

Tennyson.

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bound'a ry

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gloss'y

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