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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 5-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite, Level 5 Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 4-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 4, Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 3-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 3, Book 1

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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 1-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 1, Book 1

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Class Heroes: A Class Apart

By: Stephen Henning

..., Mr Soames,” she said, in a way that made James think she was banging out each syllable with a hammer and chisel. “Philip should be in a private r...

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Desert Dreams

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

... yes. Very well, thank you." And so proper, she thought, enunciating every syllable, rarely using contractions. He was going to keep her on her P's an...

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I'Ll Do Anything

By: Chrystal Kincaid

...er get ready for the baby, okay?” “Okay,” Laura replied, dragging ouch each syllable. Julia saw the expression on her face change and braced hersel...

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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

...rom the windowpane, to exit and meet him in the dusk. My grandmother didn't utter a single syllable as she fastened the blinders in his face. Janusz... ...nd everyone hummed in consent. "Poor Dinah" – sighed another aunt, summing in these three syllables her entire shrivelling misery. It was stuffy a... ...e doesn't even notice Mayer who occupies a seat beside him. His lips give shape to writhing syllables. Mayer regards his efforts with nauseated fasc... ...my first words? Silence. I said zilch, nada, nothing. Having deconstructed her introductory syllables, I began to survey her, limb by limb. It goes ...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

... It is all in the file. He was being blackmailed by the Jews.” He wouldn’t add a syllable to this cryptic and seemingly counterfactual announceme... ...“Roth, we need to talk. Tomorrow, 9 AM, my office.” That’s Bauer all right. Not a syllable wasted, all pleasantries summarily dispensed with. ...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...aks a particular language. The only differences are in the spacing of the syllables and in the tune. Languages are melodic in different ways but the ...

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Margele Risipite

By: Florentin Smarandache

...d England. Squares can be any size the rules are that each poem is as many syllables per line as the number of lines in the poem and each starts wit...

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Hawaiian Mythology

By: Martha Beckwith

...ld of Liloa.” In many cases the definite article “ka” becomes a part of the name and hence the preponderance in Hawaiian of names beginning with this syllable. Since recognition of its composition is essential to its proper accent, in cases where this is known with a good degree of probability through native informants, the name has been hyphenated upon its first appearanc...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

... and feare, with what sound judgment they endure him. For so much as this syllable sounded so unpleasantly in their eares, and th is voice seemed so... ...hey were oracles) are let flie into our memorie; in which both letters and syllables are substantiall parts of the subject. To know by roat is no per... ...be said, served but one alone, because they could not pronounce one onely syllable, which is -----quid fas optare, asper Vtile nummus... ... Ryme, to make a good Poeme; let him hardly (if so he please) make a short syllable long, it is no great matter: if the inventition be rare and good,... ...0/2005 4:25:46 AM Montaigne's Essays Montaigne. The removing of one onely syllable may so confound our webbe, as I shall have a share in their glory... ... for I finde it very hard to remember names. Well may I say it hath three syllables, that its sound is harsh, or that it beginneth or endeth with suc... ..., and frame artificiall cunning clauses, have so plodded and poized every syllable, canvased and sifted so exquisitely every seame and quiddity, tha...

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Grammar of the Hawaiian Language

By: L. Andrews

...ters -- 8 —10 -- Of the Vowel Sounds -- 11 -- Of the Consonant Sounds -- 13 -- Of the Sounds of Foreign Consonants -- 14 Of Diphthongs -- 15—18 -- Of Syllables -- 19—23 -- Of Words -- 24—26 -- Formation of Words -- 27—36 -- Peculiarities in the Use of Words -- 37—40 -- Of Accents—General Law -- 41—45 -- Letters Dropped -- 46 -- Letters Inserted -- 48 -- Etymology Definitio...

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Pride and Prejudice

By: Jane Austen

... — “because he does not write with ease. He studies too much for words of four syllables. — Do not you, Darcy?” “My stile of writing is very different... ...nkinson to make up her party. Their table was superlatively stupid. Scarcely a syllable was uttered that did not relate to the game, except when Mrs. ... ...ties, by which some part of her fam ily were connected with that corps. Not a syllable had ever reached her of Miss Darcy’s meditated elopement. To n... ...aid, ‘Lately, George Wickham Esq. to Miss Lydia Bennet,’ without there being a syllable said of her father, or the place where she lived, or any thing... ...eir situation was awkward enough; but her’s she thought was still worse. Not a syllable was uttered by either; and Elizabeth was on the point of going... ...ry; for on first hearing it, Mrs. Bennet sat quite still, and unable to utter a syllable. Nor was it under many, many minutes, that she could comprehen...

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The Nibelungenlied

By: Daniel B. Shumway

... half of each line contains four accents, the fourth falling upon the last syllable. This last stress, however, is not, as a rule as strong as the oth... ...y of the “Nibelungen” strophe is the frequent omis- sion of the unaccented syllable in the second half of the last line of the strophe between the sec... ...rman form is “Ute”, but in order to insure its being pro- nounced with two syllables, the form “Uta” was chosen. (10) “Dankrat” (M.H.G. “Dancrat”) app...

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Doctor Marigold

By: Charles Dickens

...ack, thinking that he meant her, and his languid circulation had dropped a syllable. “Doc- tor,” he returns, with a pathos calculated to draw a tear ... ...It was a moving meeting for all the three parties concerned. I knew every syllable that passed between them as well as they did. I listened with my ...

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The Touchstone

By: Edith Wharton

...; but Glennard dared not even glance at the cover, lest it should show the syllables he feared. The train was full of people they knew, and they were ...

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Sketches of Young Couples

By: Charles Dickens

...dinner party, each in an opposite corner of the coach, and do not exchange a syllable until they have been seated for at least twenty min utes by the...

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Sketches of Young Gentlemen

By: Charles Dickens

...which indeed we had not scrupled to prefix a certain hard little word of one syllable and three letters—when our fair friend, unable to maintain the c...

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