The English Language in Its Elements and Forms: With a History of Its Origin and Development : Designed for Use in Colleges and Schools

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Gibbs of Yale College who has been well known as a successful laborer
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CHAP
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soGothic
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Outward Causes of Change
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Present Tendencies of tho Lan
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DIALECTS AND PROVINCIALISMS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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lect and Specimens 80 52 American Dialects
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PART II
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365 inclusive
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CHAPTER II
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Euphony
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The Natural Significancy of Articulate Sounds
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CHAPTER VI
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is presented under eight different aspects Each part is intended to
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CHAPTER VIII
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Section Pge
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PART III
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Peculiarities 149 Expedients
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Vowel Letters and their Rep 118 Consonant Letters
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CHAPTER V
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Phcenician Hebrew or She
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PART IV
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The Attributes of Nouns 183 Termination
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Common Gender
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Plurals in en
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The Adjective
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Defective Comparison
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The Articles
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Accidents of Personal Pro
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Relative Pronouns
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CHAPTER XI
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Declension in AngloSaxon of Hwat and Hva
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CHAPTER XII
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CHAPTER XIII
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The Verb 244 253 Transitive Verbs
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Classification of Verbs 245 254 Intransitive Verbs
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The Persons of Verbs
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The Tenses of the Verb
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Future Tense
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Past Perfect Tense
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Greek Tenses
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The AngloSaxon Modes
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Potential Mode
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Inflection of the Infinitive Mode
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View of English Infinitives
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The Participles
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The Past Participle
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The Letter y prefixed to the Past Participle
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CHAPTER XV
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May and Can used in Two
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Classification of Auxiliary Verbs in respect to their Mode of Construction
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CHAPTER XVI
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The Verb Substantive 268 290 Conjugation of the Verb To 289 Worth 269 Be
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The Strong or Ancient Con 294 The Classes of Strong Verbs
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The Vowel of the Partioi Verb To Take
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CHAPTER XVIII
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CHAPTER XIX
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CHAPTER XX
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Adverbs
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CHAPTER XXV
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Section Page Section Page 325 Prepositions 319 327 Origin of certain Prepositions
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Simple and Compound Prep 328 The Nature and Office of ositions 320 Prepositions
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CHAPTER XXVI
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Conjunctions 325 332 The Origin of Conjunctions
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Harriss Classification 325 with the views of Horne 331 Connectives and Disjunctives 325 Tooke
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Derivation
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The Constituent Elements of the English Language
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Development of the Anglo Saxon Portion of the Lan guage
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Pronominal Elements
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Roots in the English Lan guage
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Specimen of a Vocabulary of English Roots
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The English Roots To Wit and To Know
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English Suffixes
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Hood or Head
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Dom
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Mu
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Teutonic Prefixes in the En glish Language
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Disuse of Teutonic Suffix es
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The English Prefix A
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The English Prefix Be
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The English Prefix For
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The English Prefix Mil
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The Classical Element in the English Language
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Development of the Latin Portion of our Language
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English Prefixes derived from the Latin
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The Inseparable Particle Re
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Romanic Suffixes
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English Prefixes derived from the French
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Development of the Greek Portion of our Language
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Greek Suffixes
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English Prefixes derived from the Greek
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The Formation of Com pound Words
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CompoundWords in English
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Disguised English Com pounds
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Accidental Coincidences
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Double Forms in the En glish Language
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Illusive Etymologies
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Diminutives
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Origin of English Surnames
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Names of Places 1
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Names of the Days of the Week
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PART V
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Section Page Section Page 371 Definitions 430 373 The Union of the Three
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Some Parts of Speech can be used as Terms
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Questions of Appeal
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Division of Propositions
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Distribution
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Conversion of a Proposition
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Simple Propositions and Complex
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The Relations of the Prop osition to the Parts of Speech
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Tests ofthe Parts of Speech
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The Substantive
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The Verb
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The Articles
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Prepositions
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Logical and Grammatical Elements of a Proposition
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The Persons ofVerbs
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Trifling Propositions
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The Relation of certain Log ical Forms to certain States of the Mind
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Section Tigc 415 Argument
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Every Syllogism must have Three Terms
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Mode of a Syllogism
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The Enthymeme
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The Rhetorical Enthymemo
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Sorites
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Dilemma
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ER V
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Fallacy
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Negative Premisses
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Examples of Fallacies
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PART VI
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Concord
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cate
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Exeroises
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Exorcises
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Nominative Case 474 451 Apposition
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Possessive Case
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Collocation
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The Objective Case
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Compound Nouns
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Exercises under Rule I
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Exercises under Rule IV
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The Collocation of Adjec tives
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Pronominal Adjectives
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Each Every Either
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Ml None o
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Definite Numeral Adjectives
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Pronouns agree with their
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Demonstrative Pronouns
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PRONOUNS
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The Agreement of the Verb
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Nature of the Imperative
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CHAPTER VI
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Prepositions govern the Ob 553 The Collocation of Preposi
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Point of Practice in determ
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CHAPTER IX
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Parsing
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CHAPTER XII
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596 Definition ofRhetorie 589 599 Emotion derived from
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Eloquence related to a strong Sense of Right
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Eloquence related to an End
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Eloquence related to good Sense
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Eloquence related to a De sire to Speak
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Eloqence related to a strong Will
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Definition of Rhetorical Forms
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Section Page 609 Rhetorical Forms as the Me dium of Intellection
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Rhetoric as interfering with Grammatical Construc tion
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Rhetorical Language and Plain Language
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Directions for the Study of Rhetorical Forms
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Allusion
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Anaccenosis
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Antithesis
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Antonomasia
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Aposiopesis
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Catachresis
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Climax
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Ecphonesis or Exclamation
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Epanalepsis
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EXAMPLES 636 Erotesis
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Hypotyposis
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Irony
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Litotes
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Metonymy
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Parable
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Prosopopceia
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Proverb
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Simile
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Syllepsis
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Synecdoche
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Perspicuity 657 Double Meaning CHAPTER IV
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rious Causes
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Section Page Section Page
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Definitions 638 671 Imperfect Rhymes
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CHAPTER II
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TROCHAIC MEASURES
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Amphibrach Dimeter 660 701 Amphibrach Tetrameter
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Section Page Section Page 702 Dactylic Monometer with 704 Dactylic Trimeter
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Gays Stanza
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Heroic Couplets
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Terza Rima
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Common Meter
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Definition
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The Semicolon
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The Colon
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The Interrogation Point
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The Hyphen
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The Diaeresis
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