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    Marshall's Business Speller and Technical Word Book; For Business and Shorthand Schools (Paperback) By (author) Carl Coran Marshall

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    DescriptionThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: ...why there are two p's in ap portion and only one in the first syllable of apoplexy? 13 superstition 14 vanish 15 celluloid 16 cubical 17 solemnize 18 chargeable 19 assent 20 vigorous 21 permissible 22 anatomy 23 calliope 24 artesian 25 tubular su per (stish'un) fear of the mysterious. van'ish 'to disappear. and camphor. cel'lu loid a substance made from gun-cotton cu'bi cal shaped like a cube. monies. sol'em nize to perform with solemn rites or cere charge'a ble liable to be charged or accused. as sent' consent; agreement. vig'or ous energetic; healthy. per mis'si ble that which is permitted, allowable. a nat'o my science of structure of living things. cal li'o pS a musical instrument consisting of steam whistles. arte'sian(zhun) a term applied to certain deep wells. tu'bfi lar having the form of, or consisting of tubes. For Word Study. 1. There was an old superstition that the mountain would some day vanish from sight. 2. The goods are put up in celluloid boxes of a cubical shape. 3. He vigorously maintained that it was not permissible to consider such expenses chargeable to the company. 4. He refused to assent to the solemnizing of the marriage. 5. He learned when studying anatomy that the arteries are tubular and elastic. 6. Among the attractions of the park are a spouting artesian well and a mammoth calliope. Quiz. 1. What rule is illustrated in 17? 2. Why is the e retained before the suffix in 18? 3. Have you been in the habit of pronouncing 15 and 23 correctly? 4. eaning of suffix in 15. distance east or west from a given meridian. as previously mentioned, a worthless wanderer, a tramp. bulky, not easily handled, kindly; benevolent. to torment, to tease. intense pain. human violence. an event involving human death by the development of a higher form f...

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