Articles by Chinese authors on economic problems have been translated in E-tu Zen Sun and J. de Francis, Chinese Social History, Washington 1956.--Data on the size of early cities have been collected by T. Sekino and Kat=o Shigeru.
=a as in gate--g=ate ^a as in care--c^are )a as in cat--c)at .a as in ask--.ask a. ()o) as in what--wha.t :a as in car--c:ar a: as in all--a:ll ai (^a) as in air--^air ai (=a) as in aim--=aim au (:a) as in aunt--:aunt =e as in eve--=eve )e as in end--)end ~e as in her--h~er ^e as in there--th^ere e= (=a) as in they--the=y ea (=e) as in ear--=ear ei (=e) as in receive--rec=eive =i as in ice--=ice )i as in pin--p)in ~i (~e) as in bird--b~ird :i (=e) as in police--pol:ice ie= (=e) as in chief--chi=ef =o as in old--=old ^o as in lord--l^ord )o as in not--n)ot .o ()u) as in son--s.on o. (u.) as in wolf--wo.lf o: (=oo) as in do--do: oa (=o) as in boat--b=oat =oo (o:) as in moon--m=oon )oo (o.) as in foot--f)oot =u as in pure--p=ure )u as in cup--c)up ^u as in burn--b^urn u. (o.) as in full--fu.ll u: as in rude--ru:de ew (=u) as in new =y (=i as in fly--fl=y )y ()i) as in hymn--h)ymn ~y (~e) as in myrrh--m~yrrh CONSONANTS c (s) as in cent c (k) as in cat ce (sh) as in ocean ch (k) as in school ch (sh) as in machine ci (sh) as in gracious dg (j) as in edge ed (d) as in burned ed (t) as in baked f (v) as in of g (hard) as in get g (j) as in gem gh (f) as in laugh n (ng) as in ink ph (f) as in sulphur qu (kw) as in queen s (z) as in has s (sh) as in sure s (zh) as in pleasure ssi (sh) as in passion si (zh) as in occasion ti (sh) as in nation wh (hw) as in when x (z) as in Xavier x (ks) as in tax x (gz) as in exist * * * * * 6 DEFINITIONS LANGUAGE is the expression of thought by means of words.
The third way, for people without access to either of the above, is e- mail.
My dear E--, Though rushing, rapid rivers roar between us (if you refer to the map of England, I think you'll find that to be correct), we still remember each other, and feel a sort of shivery affection for each other.... March 31, 1890.
"I believe the world generally prefers the a--a--a," said Lucius Junius Brutus; "but the few give a decided preference to the e--e-- e----" "Oh!
The Dash is mostly used to denote an unexpected or emphatic pause, of variable length; but sometimes it is a sign of faltering, or of the irregular stops of one who hesitates in speaking: as, "Then, after many pauses, and inarticulate sounds, he said: 'He was very sorry for it, was extremely concerned it should happen so--but--a--it was necessary--a--' Here lord E------ stopped him short, and bluntly demanded, if his post were destined for an other.
+E-+, prefix; see +Ghe-+.
C. E. Coast (Chesil Bank, &c.).
Helena, 728):-- --En gar ti tois douloisin alochunen pherei, Tounoma ta d' alla panta ton eleutheron Oudeis kakion doulos, ostis esthlos e.-- 25.
Mr. P. amused us at dinner by giving a funny account in his funny way, of a mistake of E.---- H.----'s.
Qui est in caelis: Greek: ho en tois ouranois, Textus Receptus, with Greek: Delta symbol, E'2, rel.,
"Imagine their feelings, alone in an open boat without food, twenty-five miles from the nearest land, and that land an enemy's fortress, with nothing but fog and foes around them, and then suddenly a swirl alongside, and up, if you please, hops His Britannic Majesty's submarine E-4, opens its conning tower, takes them all on board, shuts up again, dives and brings them home, 250 miles."
About the same time the German cruiser Hela was sunk in the North Sea by the British submarine E-9.
According to their search warrant, the raiders had expected to find the E911 Document stored on Jackson's bulletin board system.
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A diphthong is two vowels joined in one syllable; as, ea in beat, ou in sound.
Footnote 10: Translator: E.A. Bowring.
a, o;--a, æ, e, ea;-- e, eo, ie;--o, u, ou;--(all originally short).
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They had engaged all the tables for themselves, ordered the lights to be increased, and had posted on the wall beside the landscapes and Chinese kakemonos this strange versicle: "GLORY TO CUSTODIO FOR HIS CLEVERNESS AND PANSIT ON EABTH TO THE YOUTHS OF GOOD WILL."
EKE, also, (now nearly obsolete,) is from "Eac, the imperative of Eacan, to add."
EKE, also, (now nearly obsolete,) is from "Eac, the imperative of Eacan, to add."
"And is written for eacend, adding, ekeing.
A year ago I sowed seed by the ounce each of A. alpina and of A. sulphurea, but as yet not a single plantlet has rewarded me for my trouble.
Fathers 800- 16,000 This equally divided between Uncles 400- 8000 us three amounts to L20,000 Aunts 10,000 each; and Allowance being 6000- 16,000 given for Enlargement upon Grandmother 900- 18,000 common Fame, we may lawfully Own 1000 each- 3000 pass for L30,000 Fortunes.
Oh, human heart and wandering wind, Go look upon the past; The likeness is the same with each-- Their summer did not last.
I tell you, girls," he said enthusiastically, "if you can put it over and beat Hillsdale I'll give you each----" Here he paused and cast about in his mind for a suitable reward for such a distinguished service--"I'll give you each--no, I'll take you all on a trip to Washington, and personally conduct you into all the places where you never could get in by yourselves!"
They are in sols parisis, which we shall not estimate very wrongly at a shilling each:-- "No.
These puddings when baked weighed from 11 to 12 ounces each.-- They were all liked by those who tasted them, but No I and No 3 seemed to meet with the most general approbation.
But let each21a viper at his peril bite, While you defy the most ingenious spite.
Reinforcements were immediately demanded from the armies in Flanders and Ireland; directions were issued for a levy of fourteen regiments of one thousand men each;a measures were taken for calling out the militia; numerous arrests were made in the city and every part of the country; and the known Cavaliers were compelled to leave the metropolis, and to produce security for their peaceable behaviour.
His "Church and State, according to the Idea of Each"--a little book--we cannot help recommending as a storehouse of grand and immovable principles, bearing upon some of the most vehemently disputed topics of constitutional interest in these momentous times.
Mochuda said:--"This child's name is Dioma and his father is Cormac of the race of Eochaidh Eachach."
Swift was evidently well acquainted with Eachard's work.
Albert V) say if he finds a writer confounding Catherine and Thomas Macaulay as "the celebrated author of the great Whig History of England"--a confusion hardly worse than that of the two Eachards--for Catherine, though now forgotten by an ungrateful public, made quite as much noise in her day as Thomas does in ours.
Subtile beauties puzzle him; the titles of the poems, for instance, giving by delicate allusion the key-note of each,--as "Astraea," "Mithridates," "Hamatreya," and "Etienne de la Boece,"--seem to him the work of "mere caprice"; he pronounces the poem of "Monadnoc" "poor and weak"; he condemns and satirizes the "Wood-notes," and thinks that a pine-tree which should talk like Mr. Emerson's ought to be cut down and cast into the sea.
The quantity in the text, reduced to avoirdupois weight, amounts to twenty-eight hogsheads, at sixteen hundred weight each.--Astl.
Incident to the arrival of the military on the Santa Cruz was a citizens' train of wagons laden with supplies,--twelve wagons of twelve mules each,--belonging to Santiago Hubbell, of New Mexico.
Both together now-- Charming!--That's the air, Lady Betty!--That's the cue, Cousin Charlotte, suited to the character of each!--But, once more, be sure to have a guard upon your eyes.
There the affections are formed in the first instance, not by any reference to works or deeds, but by an unmerited rescue from death, liberation from slavish task-work; by faith, gratitude, love, and affectionate contemplation of the exceeding goodness and loveliness of the Saviour, Redeemer, Benefactor: from the affections flow the deeds, or rather the affections overflow in the deeds, and the rewards are but a continuance and continued increase of the free grace in the state of the soul and in the growth and gradual perfecting of that state, which are themselves gifts of the same free grace, and one with the rewards; for in the kingdom of Christ which is the realm of love and inter-community, the joy and grace of each regenerated spirit becomes double, and thereby augments the joys and the graces of the others, and the joys and graces of all unite in each;--Christ, the head, and by his Spirit the bond, or unitive 'copula' of all, being the spiritual sun whose entire image is reflected in every individual of the myriads of dew-drops.
We reposing great and espitiall trust, and confidence in y'r approved wisdome, and fidelity doe by these (as firmely as under our great seale to all intents and purposes) Authorise and give you power to treate and conclude w'th the Confederat Romaine Catholikes in our Kingdom of Ireland, if vpon necessity any thing be to be condescended vnto wherein our Lieutenant can not so well be seene in as not fitt for vs at the present publikely to owne, and therefore we charge you to proceede according to this our warrant w'th all possible secresie, and for whatsoever you shall engage your selfe, vpon such valuable considerations as you in y'r iudgement shall deeme fitt, we promise in the word of a King and a Christian to ratifie and performe the same, that shall be graunted by you, and vnder your hand and seale, the sayd confederat Catholikes having by theyr supplyes testified theyre zeale to our service, and this shall be in eache particular to you a sufficient warrant.
each.--Each Novel will be complete in itself, and may be purchased separately.
Fritz had measured our ropes, and found two of forty feet each,--exactly what I wanted.
Why do lexicographers spell thinnish and mannish with two Ens, and dimmish and rammish with one Em, each?"--G. Brown. "
Conachar is at a later period Ian Eachin Hector M'Ian, chief of the clan Quhele.--Sir W. Scott, Fair Maid of Perth (time, Henry IV.).
His reading, it might have been added, had much hurt the effect of the piece: a dreary pulpit or even conventicle manner; that flattest moaning hoo-hoo of predetermined pathos, with a kind of rocking canter introduced by way of intonation, each stanza the exact fellow Of the other, and the dull swing of the rocking-horse duly in each;--no reading could be more unfavorable to Sterling's poetry than his own.
She had a smile, a welcome, and a compliment for each,--not seemingly studied, but gracefully expressed, and sufficient to put the guests in the best humor.