The first day's session (May 16) demonstrated the successful adaptation of the structure to its uses.
He put his own educational ideas into practice at Yannina and Constantinople, and contributed to the great achievement of his contemporary, the Khiot Adhamandios Koráis, who settled in Paris and there evolved a literary adaptation of the Romaic patois to supersede the lifeless travesty of Attic style traditionally affected by ecclesiastical penmen.
DONAHOE, EDWARD L. Three years, 1924-1927, the story of a new idea and its successful adaptation, by Edward L. Donahoe and Louis M. Brockway; with a postscript by H. L. Mencken.
© on adaptation & illus.
Careless love, new words and new music adaptation by Huddie Ledbetter. Transcribed, selected & edited by John A. Lomax & Alan Lomax.
Green corn, adaptation of music & new words by Huddie Ledbetter.
Martha Ledbetter (W) & Alan Lomax (A & C); 16Jul64; R341414. Shorty George, new words and new music adaptation by Huddie Ledbetter.
(Classics illustrated, no. 34) NM: adaptation & illus.
NM: adaptation, notes & vocabulary.
Adaptation by Leo Lerman.
NM: adaptation & illus.
By Johanna Spyri, adaptation: Florence Hayes, illus.:
By G. Collodi, adaptation: Allen Chaffee, illus.:
NM: new adaptation.
(Classic comics) NM: adaptation & illus.
NM: new adaptation.
© on adaptation; 24Mar47; A11745.
Does not this confirm us in the view that the original and still surviving function of our intellectual life is to guide us in the practical adaptation of our expectancies and activities?
It was evinced both in a general manner and likewise in direct dramatic adaptation.
43 (an adaptation of the apparatus used by the German investigator, Janka) will be used.
She read with keen eyes the miserable secret of her father's strange guest in the poverty-stricken walls, in the mute evidences of menial handicraft performed in loneliness and privation, in this piteous adaptation of an accident to save the conscious shame of premeditated toil.