R57005, 11Jan50, Miriam Beard Vagts (C) & William Beard (C) EDGAR, J. Clifton.
If the tuning fork be a Koenig C^ fork, which makes 256 full vibrations in one second, then there will be 256 sound waves in one second of a length of 1095/256 or 4.23 feet, so that at the end of a second of time from the commencement of the vibration, the foremost wave would have reached a distance of 1,095 feet, at 0 deg.
"'T-e-a-c-' yes, it is tea-cups," Kirk conceded; "how did you know, Phil?--'as big as tea-cups,--staring--at--him. "
said the sighing peer, 'had Bute been true, Nor C--'s, nor B--d's promises been vain, Far other scenes than this had graced our view, And realised the horrors which we feign.
What should you think of a lover who should describe the idol of his heart in the language of science, thus: Class, Mammalia; Order, Primates; Genus, Homo; Species, Europeus; Variety, Brown; Individual, Ann Eliza; Dental Formula 2-2 1-1 2-2 3-3 i--- c--- p--- m----, 2-2 1-1 2-2 3-3 and so on?
C---- holds that a man cannot have a pure mind who refuses apple-dumplings.
An Impromptu The Steam-Boat Sonnet To Lydia, on her Birth-day To Sarah, while Singing To Thaddeus Youth and Age Sent for the Album of the Rev. G----- C----- Written under an elegant Drawing of a Dead Canary Bird Lines suggested by the Death of the Princess Charlotte The Presumptuous Fly The Heroes of Waterloo The Night-blowing Cereus 1827; or, the Poet's Last Poem To the Reviewers POEMS.
C. +C-+; see also under +K+.
It was, in fact, this--simple as A B C:-- When the bills of exchange were received by Pollard, although he intended to defraud, they were neither drawn nor accepted, and so were not bills of exchange at all; another process was necessary before they could become so even in appearance, and that was forgery.
SEE Smith, William J. SNIDER, LUTHER C. Earth history. (
~Anecdotes of the Albatross, &c.~ The author of the following extracts is Mr. Augustus Earle, whose life has been one of wandering and peril, traversing every quarter of the globe.
Perhaps the poem, of all others, in which the conception of death is associated with that of sleep with the most poignant pathos, is that of Edgar Poe entitled For Annie-- 'Thank Heaven, the crisis, The danger, is past, And the lingering illness Is over at last, And the fever called living Is conquered at last,' &c.-- where real death is spoken of throughout, in a series of exquisite and thrilling images, as being real sleep.
Nec leo," &c.------ "Tiger, boar, bear, viper, lioness, A woman's fury cannot express."
And what prosite/ In whiche was Iustice/ And euery man in his office contente/ how stood the cytees that tyme in worship and renome/ how was renomed the noble royame of Englond Alle the world dredde hit And spack worship of hit/ how hit now standeth and in what haboundance I reporte me to them that knowe hit yf ther ben theeuis wyth in the royame or on the see/ they knowe that laboure in the royame And sayle on the see I wote well the same is grete therof I pray god saue that noble royame And sende good true and politicque counceyllours to the gouernours of the same &c./" The concluding paragraph of the book is also due to Caxton.
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It is not computer-programming language like FORTRAN or C++, it is English; all the sentences have nouns and verbs and punctuation.
s. wept, C1, C3; see +Wepen+.
for month: as, 1 d., 2 d., 3 d., &c.;--1 mo.,
Marius, C.(1); (2).
Pseud-egraphical c.100- Probably St. Matthew, Epistle 125.
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At last, he stuffed the book into a pocket, completed his scrutiny of the safe, examined the bottles on the shelf labeled “poisons,” and took a sample of the colorless contents of one bottle marked “C10H14N2.”
}Allusions, not c.125.
Allegorical work, c.135- No distinct traces of entitled the 140.
c14, "put himself at the head of the people, in the hopes of rising into power, not aware that the result would be mischief to the Ghibelline party, and his own ruin; an event which seems ever to have befallen him, who has headed the populace in Florence."
Allusions, not c.140.
Short Epistle to c.140- Doubtful traces of Philippians, 155.
The early vocabularies and dictionaries had many names, often quaint and striking; thus one of c1420 is entitled the Nominale, or Name-book; mention has already been made of the Medulla Grammatices, or Marrow of Grammar, the Ortus Vocabulorum, or Garden of Words, the Promptorium Parvulorum, and the Catholicon Anglicum; later we find the Manipulus Vocabulorum, or Handful of Vocables, the Alvearie or Beehive, the Abecedarium, the Bibliotheca, or Library, the Thesaurus, or Treasury of Words--what Old English times would have called the Word-hord, the World of Words, the Table Alphabetical, the English Expositor, the Ductor in Linguas, or Guide to the Tongues, the Glossographia, the New World of Words, the Etymologicum, the Gazophylacium; and it would have been impossible to predict in the year 1538, when Sir Thomas Elyot published his 'Dictionary,' that this name would supplant all the others, and even take the place of the older and better-descended word Vocabulary; much less that Dictionary should become so much a name to conjure with, as to be applied to works which are not word-books at all, but reference-books on all manner of subjects, as Chronology, Geography, Music, Commerce, Manufactures, Chemistry, or National Biography, arranged in Alphabetical or 'Dictionary order.'