Simplified Phonetic Shorthand; A Complete Self-Instructor Giving an American Exposition of the Isaac Pitman System of Phonography, Prepared Under the Direction of Clement C. Gaines... by the Teachers of the Eastman Schools. Poughkeepsie

Simplified Phonetic Shorthand; A Complete Self-Instructor Giving an American Exposition of the Isaac Pitman System of Phonography, Prepared Under the Direction of Clement C. Gaines... by the Teachers of the Eastman Schools. Poughkeepsie

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...of law. Active bonds--Bonds which bear a fixed rate of interest, payable in full from date of issue Spelling Exercises and Shorthand Practice LESSON XXXHI Shorthand Lessons I To VIII.--1--Monitory. 2--Asperity, mental, mentally, monotony, antimony, notoriety, ingenuous, reticule, ridicule, rotunda, ruminate, heretic, horridly, hurriedly. 3--Minutely, minatory. Shorthand Lessons XII And XIII.--1--Far, afar, fire, afire. 2--Fare, fair, affair, fur, four, fore, afore, fork. 3--Fear, fewer, newer. Shorthand Lessons XVII To XX.--1--Plotter, paltry, plaid, plod, applaud, plied, plodder, applauder, applause. 2--Plater, plaiter, poultry, played, placid, pledge, pledger, pluck, plague, plug, plover, plays, place, plus, baffle. 3--Plead, ploughed, pleader, please.--60. Synonyms.--Learn to discriminate.--We conceal facts or crimes, disguise appearances, dissemble feelings, and secrete goods. ' Thou art sworn to what we impart."--Shakespeare. "Bunyan was forced to himself as a wagoner."--Macaulay. "Why one set of cells should bile, another urea, and so on, we do not know."--Carpenter. I thought the attempt foolish at first, now I think it absurd, and even preposterous. "I am a very old man."--Shakespeare. "An figure he must make."--Prior. "This proffer is and reasonless."--Shakespeare. "Though the error be easily fallen into, it is manifestly "--J. Taylor. He is content who holds enough; he is satisfied who gets enough. "Having food and raiment, let us therewith be "--Bible. "The grave question arose as to whether he was with what he got.'--Macaulay. Homonyms.--Choose the right word.--Load, a burden; lode, a vein of ore. "Jove lightened of its the enormous...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236749693
  • 9781236749697