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... TRADES; THE CONSTRUCTIONS, FORMS OF SPEECH, IDIOMS, AND PROVERBS USED IN BOTH LANGUAGES: THE WHOLE EXTRACTED FROM THE BEST WRITERS. ... [ relâchement pallion , à l'amour , à l'amitié ] Moving , tention du public , To attrici ine notice de ferveur ] Lukewarmnels , cooling . melting . Spectacle attendrifiant , A moy of the public . ... terme de To prank , to trick up one's head .
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Compiled from the Best Authorities of Both Languages by Professors de Lolme and Wallace, and Henry Bridgeman. op for , to pretend to be . en censeur public ; escalade , n.f. , scaling a wall ; ( milft . ) 1902 . to set up for a ... erratio . escapade , n.f. , prank , freak , spree , frolio , erratum , n.m. ( - ) , erratum . ' V. errata . lark .
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As , to set out a Woman , to prank her merrez votre Esprit en repos de ce côté la . ... let out a Closet , a Room , or a Chimmettre ( appliquer ) le Seau à un Acte lance avec cela , il y aura peu de diffe ney , orner ( ou embellir ) un Cabinet , une public . ... As , to set out a Thing to the dran horizontalement . grand cas de vos Lettres , vos Lettres me best advantage , to make the belt of it , To set ( or compose ) a ...
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( talk | Privy to ( acquainted with ) a To PRINK one ' s self up , V . To prank . or prating ) Babil , caquer . thing , Qui sfais ... ( a private Friend , that shall do any thing best ) prix . une Impreffion fort nette , un bean Caractere . a Favourite ) Un Favori , in confident , un To carty ... prifer , estimer , apprecier , merise DE To come out in print , Voir le privé , secret , retiré , particulier . le prix , évaluer . jour , étre publić .
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FOLÂTRERIE ( solátreri ) sf . frolic , playful trick , prank . ... Les plus courles folies sont les meilleures , the shortest follies are the best . d ) Elle me dit mille folies sur les plaisirs que vous avez , she told me a great ... F. publique , public function .
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Story - Telling at Boys and Girls House , Toronto Public Library A Tribute to Jean Thomson The National Committee of Young Canada ... has now assumed new duties at last June . the cla Executive Office , and YCBW extend best wishes to her in her new position . ... Brother Rabbit ' s astonishing prank , and Heyo , house ! , are especially suited for a recording because they are brief , lively and amusing .
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Rough with his elders - with his equals rashWith all their best endeavours , only squall ; Civil to sharpers – prodigal of cash . ... Cash cannot quell them - Pollio play ' d this He quits the scene , or else the scene quits prank : him ; ( Then Phæbus first found crcdit in a bank ! ) ... Indeed , the public school penance of Long and Short ' is enough to beget an antipathy to poetry for the residue of a man ' s life , and ...
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To Prank , archbishop ) primai , métropolitain , le premier | mogénisure , droit d' ainetfé . ... descended from such a one ) un PRIME , 2 ( ihe power , or choice ) la fleur , prince . out in print , voir le jour , érve publić . ... I saw bis name in print , j'ai He cook the prime for the best ) il prie les le prince , le premier , le plus excellent .
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A concern that I do raise in the book is that the public may not take library crime seriously : " Some actions that are clearly in violation of law ... The " instances in Lincoln's book ” referred to by Veaner that may appear to approach the problem as a “ prank " all came from ... that a high level of security did not relate to lower levels of crime ? which library characteristics are the best predictors of high crime  ...
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' Le défi en écrivant "Qui es-tu Alaska?" était de comprendre qu'un roman est là pour révéler la vérité, sans se préoccuper des faits.