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  • The French wordis acombination of the Latin Pamphilus and thesuffix et,which isused to make diminutive formsofnouns.

    The Grammarphobia Blog » Blog Archive » Is a pamphlet a little pamph?

  • Anything goes,just do it and then if we cant get out of the offense denie it,that always works,if it dont change the defenition of a wordis.

    Harry Reid Among The Race Hypocrites - Dan_McLaughlin’s blog - RedState

  • The disorder reigns everywhere, every wordis criticized and nobody is obeyed; the bread is scarce and the money has been exhausted.

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  • The terrifying thingif that's what I meanI'm not sure that "terrifying" is the right wordis that I'm free to write down anything I like but that no matter what I do write down it will make no difference—to me, to you, to whomever differences are made.

    Thomas M. Disch 1940-2008

  • The disorder reigns everywhere, every wordis criticized and nobody is obeyed; the bread is scarce and the money has been exhausted.

    Opening of the Estate General

  • Bot efter that thai war randerit, we hard nothing of him bot threatning and disconfortable wordis.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • For quhair thay burding him with the greit benefitis quhilk of thame he had resavit, gif in plane wordis he had purgeit him self, effirming, that the greitest benefit that ever he receavit of thame was to spend in thair service, that quhilk God be utheris had providit for him, na honest man wald have accusit him, and na man wald have bene abill to have convickit him of ane lye.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • This our last answer we send unto hir with the Lord Ruthven and Laird of Pittarrow; requiring of hir Grace, in plane wordis, to signifie unto us what houpe we myeht have of hir favouris toward the outsetting of religioun.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Bowtencourt, [884] from the Quene Regent, with letteris, as was allegeit, from the Kyng and Quene of France to Lord James, whilk he delyverit with ane braggin countenance and many threatning wordis.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • That all men may knaw the just tytle hir Dochter and sche hes to the toun of Leith, we sall in few wordis declair the trewth.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

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