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“Anyways, lest I ramble on again, I've renamed my pdf Etrusco-Lemnian Declension and it's to be found in the Lingua Files section as always.”
“Declension of Years, when Coughs and Aches oblige a Man to his own”
“On the contrary, so faithfully did she obliterate herself that, his first ardours over, the Professor began to take her presence in his house as a matter of course, and, lost in the deeps of the Oscan Declension, to forget all about her.”
““Oscan Declension,” on which he had been at work for the past fifteen years.”
“Behold me then on a gloomy evening, with an aching heart, seated in front of the First Declension.”
“Seasonable Observations on the present fatal Declension of the general”
“Declension and Conjugation, with all possible plainness: To which is added the Hermonicon, _viz.”
“-- _Declension_ is the arrangement of the cases of nouns and pronouns in the two numbers+.”
“+Declension+ defined of interrogative pronouns of nouns of personal pronouns of relative pronouns”
“It is confess'd on all hands, that we live in a sad degenerate Age, and though some have suggested other causes of our horrid Declension, yet most considering People have the fairness to own, that the _Stage_ has gon furthest in running us down to this low and almost Brutal condition; nor will there remain much question of this, if we can but agree what _Corruption_ is.”
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