The Jewish converts, having the psalms committed to memory needed not, nor could they have in those bookless days, a psalter script.
Here it is!" He displayed before the astonished eyes of Nelly Lebrun a paper covered with an exact duplicate of her own swift, dainty script.
The mantel and shelves were bare of those fixed ornaments that should decorate the waste places of all true homes; there were no flint arrow-heads, no "specimens," no varnished pine cones, no "Rock of Ages," no waxen lilies, not even a china cup goldenly emblazoned with "Love the Giver," in German script.
The language of these letters is somewhat overstrained, but Beethoven could rant on occasion, and Ludwig Nohl believed the letters to be genuine, since a friend of his said he had seen them and recognised Beethoven's script.
It is a small matter afterwards to teach them to turn the print into script.
The next day he found Tony on the porch reading one of the long letters which came to her so frequently in the now familiar, dashing script.
Thus, the few recently found manuscripts from pre-Ch'in times still contain a high percentage of Chinese characters which we cannot read because they were local characters; but all words in texts after the Ch'in time can be read because they belong to the standardized script.
When, after the holocaust of books, it was desired to collect the ancient classics again, texts were found under strange circumstances in the walls of Confucius's house; they were written in an archaic script.
Mysticism at that time flourished in the monasteries, and the national spiritthe customs, habits, joys, and emotions of the peoplehad not yet found re-expression in script.
This population of Konknni-speaking people is further divided between people who write the language and read it in four different scripts: Devnagri, Roman, Kannada, and the Malayalam script.
antecedents Ah, sometimes departs from usage Alexandrine verse, description of Alias, for the equivocal or, use of, in judicial proceedings All, when may be reckoned a noun Allegory, defined Allegory includes most parables of Script., and some fables Alphabet, Eng., names and plur.
Music cueing for the radio drama; a practical treatise on the application of music to the radio script.
There's no one here but yourself who can speak or understand it or make shift to spell out a few English words in print And Mr. Cabell doesn't know a word of Arabiclet alone the Arabic script.
Monumenta Germaniae Historica, etc. (Diplom.; Leges; Script.)
[21:] Muratori: Script.
[31:] Muratori: Script.
[40:] Muratori: Script.
[46:] Muratori: Script.
v. Muratori: Script.
Pertz, Monum.; Script., Tom.
V. Muratori: Script.
v. Muratori: Script.
" Bud filled a sheet with his large, outdoor script.