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EMOCause: An Easy-adaptable Approach to Emotion Cause Contexts | Tommaso Caselli -

PA 18360 USA Tel: +1-570-476-8006 Fax: +1-570-476-0860 ISBN-13 9781937284060 ii Foreword RecentyearshavemarkedthebeginningandexpansionoftheSocialWeb,inwhichpeoplefreely express and respond to opinion on a whole variety of topics.While

The Works of Jeremy Bentham, vol. 1 (Principles of Morals and Legislation, Fragment on Government, Civil Code, Penal Law)- Online Library of Liberty

II.VIII.IX.X.XI.XII.XIII.XIV.XV.XVI.XVII.XVIII.CHAPTER X.: OF MOTIVES.§ 1.: Different Senses of the word, Motive.∥I.II.III.IV.V.VI.VII.VIII.§ 2.: No Motives either constantly good, or constantly bad.IX.X.XI.XII.XIII.§ 3.: Catalogue of Motives corresp

Full text of "Transactions of the Philological Society"

iation and Plu-rality as an Influence in tlie Evolution of Inflection. By R.G. Latham, M.D 79On the word Cvjvm. By R. G. Latham, M.D 81On the Anglo-Saxon Termination ing. By Thomas Watts,Esq 83An Attempt to prove the identity of the Roots j>, teas, a

Full text of "Easter Island ; the Rapanui speech and the peopling of southeast Polynesia"

cy and found it unrecognizable by theislanders. This well may be the case, for not only are the two wordskiti and eiranga absent from this vocabulary record of Easter Island,but they are incomprehensible in any of the languages of the Polynesianstem.

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Full text of "The plays and fragments. With critical notes, commentary, and translation in English prose"

epic version. He represents thewrath of Philoctetes as immediately disarmed by the first sooth-ing words of the Greek envoys (Diomedes and Odysseus). In-deed, that brevity which sometimes marks the poet of Smyrna isseldom quainter than in this passa

Full text of "Hindoostanee philology; comprising a dictionary, English and Hindoostanee; with a grammatical introduction"

my own scheme. These letters, combined agreeably to their ordinary powersin our language, form the word kurdun, as distinctly as the corresponding oriental symbols can pos-sibly do, for even they will be pronounced kerden or kurdun by people from di


the India Office records (Factory Records, MiseelL,Vol. 2, pp. 44, 45). In the latter, some of the words are spelt a little differently from thecorresponding words in the original statement, and to these differences I have drawn attentionin my notes

Full text of "maosoua"

52.Palms see DATE palm; agriculture andVEGETATIONParableAn illustrative story teaching a lesson. Theword for parable, mathal (pi. amthdl, oftenused with a form of the verb daraba/yadribu, "to strike," "to coin"), occurs nu-merous times in the Qiir'an

Full text of "A comparative grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and Sclavonic languages"

e t (from a, see§. lOO*. 1.) of leg-i-(e, and rests on the principle, that in Latin, at the endof a word, e is preferred to t ; hence, e. g. mare from 4he base mari.FORMATION OF THE MOODS. 956719. In German the strong verbs have, in the secondperson
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