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" Every lady in the land has twenty nails upon each hand Five and twenty on hands and feet this is true without deceit. "
Typewriting Instructor and Stenographer's Hand-book: For Schools, Private ... - Página 46
por Practical Text Book Co - 1892 - 76 páginas
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A Treatise on Grammatical Punctuation: Designed for Letter Writers, Authors ...

John Wilson - 1844 - 120 páginas
...and the true meaning of the passage will at once be discerned: — • Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails; upon each hand Five; and twenty on hands and feet : And this is true, without deceit. Notwithstanding, however, the utility of punctuation, it has not...
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A Treatise on English Punctuation ...: With an Appendix, Containing Rules on ...

John Wilson - 1855 - 334 páginas
...will tend still better to shoir the value of just punctuation : — " Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails upon each hand ; Five and twenty on hands and feet. And this is true, without deceit." If the present points be removed, and others inserted as follow,...
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My First School-book to Teach Me to Read and Spell Words, and Understand Them

Josiah Freeman Bumstead - 1856 - 107 páginas
...meaning. Uncle John, says our Jcnnv, is a good girl. Uncle John says, onr Jenny is a good girl. DavH ha* twenty nails upon each hand ; five and twenty on hands and feet. • PEUIOD. . FIFTY-EIGHTH PAGE. 5 COMMA. . . . 2 SEMICOLON. I COLON. . . . Period means the end. When...
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A Treatise on English Punctuation: Designed for Letter-writers, Authors ...

John Wilson - 1856
...ludicrous will tend still better to show the value of just punctuation: — " Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails upon each hand; Five and twenty on hands and feet. And this is true, without deceit." If the present points be removed, and others inserted as follow,...
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A Treatise on English Punctuation: Designed for Letter-writers, Authors ...

John Wilson - 1856 - 334 páginas
...as follow, the true meaning of the passage will at once appear: — " Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails : upon each hand Five ; and twenty on hands and feet. And this Is true, without deceit.." SECT. II. — PLAN or THE WORK, AND DEFINITIONS OF THE TEEMS USED....
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Gleanings from the Harvest Fields of Literature: A Melange of Excerpta ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - 1860 - 527 páginas
...unintelligible, produced by the want of pauses in their right places : — Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails upon each hand; Five and twenty on hands and feet, And this is true without deeeit, Punctuated thus, the true meaning will at once appear : — Every...
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Companion to English Grammar ...

Jacob Lowres - 1862
...the author meant; but if the stops be placed in the following manner the sense will be correct: — . Every lady in the land Has twenty nails; upon each hand Five; and twenty on hands and feet; And this is true without deceit. The following is another example of the effect of erroneous punctuation...
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THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT,

CHARLES NORTHEND, A.M. - 1865
...Five and twenty on hands and feet. And this is, true without deceit.' c Every lady in this land Hath twenty nails : upon each hand Five; and twenty on hands and feet And this is true without deceit/ " Illustrations in Punctuation. " The well-known speech of Norval,...
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A Grammar of the English Language

Geo. F. Holmes - 1871 - 246 páginas
...is illustrated hy the following example of the correct and of the incorrect introdnction of points. Every lady in the land Has twenty nails upon each hand ; Five and twenty on hands and feet : And this is true without deceit. The asseveration is untrue, and the statement contradictory and...
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The merrie heart, a collection of favourite nursery rhymes, by M.E.G.

Merry heart, Melville Gray - 1871 - 241 páginas
...relation was the third lady to him ? Why, mother, of course.] THE WONDERFUL LADIES. EVERY lady in this land Has twenty nails upon each hand Five and twenty on hands and feet All this is true without deceit. [As you will find, if you pause at the right places.] RIDDLE ME, RIDDLE...
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