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Words Language & Grammar
  • Author:
    Edward C. Pinkerton
  • ISBN:
    0930454065
  • ISBN13:
    978-0930454067
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  • Publisher:
    Verbatim Books; First Edition edition (February 1, 1982)
  • Pages:
    456 pages
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    Words Language & Grammar
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Percy Edward Pinkerton was born on 19 June 1855, at Manor Road, Stamford Hill, Stoke . Memoirs of Constant, the Emperor Napoleon's head valet, 1896. Pinkerton, Percy E. Alternative names.

Percy Edward Pinkerton was born on 19 June 1855, at Manor Road, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, London, Middlesex. He was the third child of George Pinkerton (1823–1899) and Mary Easum (1823–1868). mile Zola, Restless House, 1924. mile Zola, "Pot Bouille" 1894-95 (Lutetian House- London). Mikhail Artsybashev, Sanine, 1914.

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Frank Pinkerton wrote this popular book that continues to be widely read today despite its age. Read online. It contains classical literature works from over two thousand years. Most of these titles have been out of print and off the bookstore shelves for decades. The book series is intended to preserve the cultural legacy and to promote the timeless works of classical literature.

Author: Edward C. Pinkerton. An unusual book that traces the origins of words that come from common sources but scarcely resemble one another at all, like armadillo, arthritis, arithmetic, harmony, reason, and ritual or bucolic, bovine, beefy, buttercup, bugle, buffalo, and Presbyterian. Believe it or not, each of these sets of words goes back to a common ancestor, and sixty such relationships are examined in detail in Word for Word; the etymology of each word is given, as far back as its Indo-European root.

What good is writing this out word for word? Couldn’t Mr Hill have given us something more interesting to write out? . She just stared at her now, stumped for words. Even Sheep had to give his head a rattle over Vanessa’s response.

What good is writing this out word for word? Couldn’t Mr Hill have given us something more interesting to write out? Something that’s gonna have some educational value?’ . He liked it; it was just somewhat bizarre in a very appealing sort of way.

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Thorndike, Edward L. (Edward Lee), 1874-1949. An alphabetical list of the 10,000 words which are found to occur most widely in a count of about 625,000 words from literature for children; about 3,000,000 words from the Bible and English classics. about 300,000 words from elementary-school textbooks; about 50,000 words from books about cooking, sewing, farming, the trades, and the like; about 90,000 words from the daily newspapers; and about 500,000 words from correspondence. Forty-one different sources were used. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

An unusual book that traces the origins of words that come from common sources but scarcely resemble one another at all, like armadillo, arthritis, arithmetic, harmony, reason, and ritual or bucolic, bovine, beefy, buttercup, bugle, buffalo, and Presbyterian.

Believe it or not, each of these sets of words goes back to a common ancestor, and sixty such relationships are examined in detail in Word for Word; the etymology of each word is given, as far back as its Indo-European root.

There is so much information densely compacted into the pages of Word for Word that, for the sake of convenience in quickly finding details, the listings in the 105-page Index refer to individually numbered lines in the text. The Index lists all words discussed, including entries, source words, and meanings.