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“I knew that the Teutonic Knight "Psalms" in Nevsky are dog-Latin.”
“It only hastens the death of dog-Latin; we must preserve "e.g.", must we not?”
“Latin was grammatical, but very like dog-Latin for all that.”
“I tried to tell him in a mixture of broken English and dog-Latin that I intended to give him the honour of my company.”
“He enjoys himself thoroughly while in health, and when he is sick a veterinary surgeon feels his pulse, and prescribes for him in dog-Latin!”
“Mr. Hallam, in his _Literature of Europe_, vol. i., seems to have been disgusted with the monkish dog-Latin and bald jokes, not recollecting that this was a necessary and essential part of the design.”
“That is, I propose the substitution of "catalytic" for "creative," despite the fact that "catalytic" is an unfamiliar word, and suggests the dog-Latin of the seminaries.”
“In our loose modern debates they are lumped together; but Greek learning was the growth of this time; there had always been a popular Latin, if a dog-Latin.”
“I think that was the expression, but, as it is not dog-Latin, I am not sure.”
“-- "While I wrote that dog-Latin myself," said Brother Copas, musing, forgetful that he, the author, was lingering on the stage from which he ought to have removed himself three minutes ago with the rest of the crowd.”
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