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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...onants like ―m‖ or ―n.‖ Lowering the larynx improved the quality of our vowels and made speech easier to understand. 4 Our windpipe opening, ho... ...ymbols to the phonetic alphabet‘s sound symbols so great? The twenty-six letters of our alphabet are without doubt much easier to master than hundr... ...onic structure,  Break it down into its basic sounds, and then  Match letters with the phonic elements to spell it. Forming spoken words from ... ...however, Egyptologists said they traced each of our alphabet‘s twenty-six letters back to Egyptian hieroglyphic symbols—often even to the same sound... ...ce, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, southern Spain, and the British Isles. Vowel signs were missing The Phoenician‘s twenty-two signs caused ambiguit... ...Phoenician‘s twenty-two signs caused ambiguities, so the Greeks converted vowel-related signs from Hebrew and other Semitic systems to create the vow... ...ween the written and the spoken language. The Greek alphabet‘s twenty-six letters 7 seem minuscule when compared to the thousand basic Chinese cha... ...quickly to a section with entries beginning with any one of the twenty-six letters from A to Z. Once we know our ABCs, this is a simple, easily maste...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

... Ph.D., M.P., and F.R.G.S. (such titles to be set without space between the letters). But do not capitalize such phrases when spelled out : doctor ... ... and state in the date line, and the salutatory phrase at the beginning, of letters, and the signature and residence at the end of letters - or ar... ... 54. Address lines in speeches, reports, etc., and primary address lines in letters: Mr. Presidmt, Ladies and Gentlemen : Mr. John Smith, 321 Dearb... ...e, etc., to denote fractional part : Luke 4 : 31a (with a hair-space). 57. Letters used to designate unknown quantities, lines, etc., in algebraic,... ...laws. 187. The prehes " co-," "pre-," and "re-," when followed by the same vowel as that in which they terminate, Manual of Style: Punctuation 65 ... ... take a hyphen; but, as a rule, they do not when fol- lowed by a different vowel, or by a consonant: co-operation, pre-empted, re-enter; but: coequ... ...er); pro-gtm y, not: #rog-en y; pre-judice, not: pe-dice. 207. Divide on a vowel wherever practicable. In case a vowel alone forms a syllable in th... ...criticism. Exceptions are words in -able and -ible, which should carry the vowel over into the next line: read-abk, not: reada-ble; convert-ible, n... ...: pov-erty-stricken, much less: pover-ty-stricken. 209. A coalition of two vowel-sounds into one (i. e., a diphthong) should be treated as one lett...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...ants like ―m‖ or ―n.‖ Lowering the larynx improved the quality of our vowels and made speech easier to understand. 4 Our windpipe opening, ... ...bols to the phonetic alphabet‘s sound symbols so great? The twenty-six letters of our alphabet are without doubt much easier to master than hundr... ...onic structure,  Break it down into its basic sounds, and then  Match letters with the phonic elements to spell it. Forming spoken words from ... ...however, Egyptologists said they traced each of our alphabet‘s twenty-six letters back to Egyptian hieroglyphic symbols—often even to the same sound... ...ce, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, southern Spain, and the British Isles. Vowel signs were missing The Phoenician‘s twenty-two signs caused ambigu... ...Phoenician‘s twenty-two signs caused ambiguities, so the Greeks converted vowel-related signs from Hebrew and other Semitic systems to create the vow... ...een the written and the spoken language. The Greek alphabet‘s twenty-six letters 7 seem minuscule when compared to the thousand basic Chinese cha... ...quickly to a section with entries beginning with any one of the twenty-six letters from A to Z. Once we know our ABCs, this is a simple, easily maste...

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The Egoist : A Comedy in Narrative

By: George Meredith

...t. The chief consideration for us is, what particu- lar practice of Art in letters is the best for the perusal of the Book of our common wisdom; so th... ...epted invitations to the Hall, she assisted at the reading of Willoughby’s letters to his family, and fed on dry husks of him wherein her name was not... ...achment, no longer extremely dis- turbing, to judge from the tenour of his letters; really in- comparable letters! Lady Busshe and Mrs. Mountstuart Je... ...red as a splendid young representative island lord in these 24 The Egoist letters to his family, despatched from the principal cities of the United S... ...bsurd; where we contrasted, they were monstrous. The contrast of V ernon’s letters with Willoughby’s was just as extreme. You could hardly have taken ... ...ild. And let me direct you, for the next occasion when you shall bring the vowels I and A, in verbally detached letters, into collision, that you do n...

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Familiar Studies of Men and Books

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...peared to me that any thinking be- ing should feel otherwise. The complete letters shed, indeed, a light on the depths to which Burns had sunk in his ... ...urt of Versailles; and the days were distinguished from each other by love-letters, meetings, tiffs, reconciliations, and expan- sions to the chosen c... ...here are no truer things said of Burns than what is to be found in his own letters. Country Don Juan as he was, he had none of that blind vanity which... ...urgh popularity was but an ovation and the affair of a day. He wrote a few letters in a high-flown, bom- bastic vein of gratitude; but in practice he ... ...he had never shared the disease. At the same time, amid the fustian of the letters there are forcible and true expressions, and the love verses that h... ...an equality of accent on the different syllables, almost as in French, the vowels as in Italian, but the consonants in the English manner – except the...

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