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Page 4865 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2004f [page]

2004 Mathematical Reviews  
Finally, we define grammars with bounded-frequency resources and prove that they are more powerful than grammars with bounded-life resources.” 2004f:68062 68Q42 Meduna, Alexander (CZ-TUB-CSE; Brno) ; Vurm  ...  {For the entire collection see MR 2004b:60004. } M. losifescu (Bucharest) 2004f:68061 68Q42 Martin-Vide, Carlos; Mitrana, Victor (R-BUCH; Bucharest) Grammars with bounded-life resources.  ... 

Grammar and Linguistics: A Contrast in Realities

Don M. Wolfe
1964 English Journal  
Five writing models with student assignments based on creative imitation illustrate the kind of stylistic achievement which is attainable with the use of traditional grammar.  ...  The importance and possibility of achieving good literary style and punctuation habits through grammar study are stressed in contrast with the limitations of linguistics in this domain.  ...  I am not defending grammar as a wholly economical resource; I am defending it as a resource of limited benefits that no person of professional training can afford to dispense with.  ... 
doi:10.2307/810652 fatcat:zpiip44uingbhg3cmmr3cndgzu

Page 99 of None Vol. 4, Issue 83 [page]

1860 None  
.,” &c. 2 vols. with Portraits, 21s. (Just ready. POEMS. By the Author of “John Halifax, Gentleman,” “ A Life for a Life,” &c. With Illustrations, by 1Ket Fosrer., 10s. 6d. bound.  ...  .” — CORNER’S HISTORY OF IRELAND, 2s. 6d. bound. 10th Thousand. Pl ical ‘ Index. With Quetene ay ates, Map, Chronological Table, and CORNER’S HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, | 22. 6d. bound.  ... 

Page 288 of American Anthropologist Vol. 88, Issue 2 [page]

1986 American Anthropologist  
Children’s selection of the peer group in which stories are told “‘bounds-in” significant others; simultane- ously, the telling allows children to develop narrative competence while experimenting with  ...  These situational factors dis- tinguish the narratives from traditional skin- walker stories told in the context of family life.  ... 

Page 366 of Hispania Vol. 35, Issue 3 [page]

1952 Hispania  
HIsPANIA Intermediate Spanish Grammar is attrac- tively bound and the printing, on good quality paper, is clear and legible.  ...  But all this would not necessarily make for an outstanding nor an engaging play were it not for the superior artistry with which Grau has fashioned his characters to portray a tragi-comic sense of life  ... 

Page 448 of None Vol. , Issue 860 [page]

1833 None  
Goldsmith’s Poetical Works, with his Life, by the Rev. John Mitford. 5s. ne. Parnell’s Poetical Works, with his Life, the Rev. John Mitford. Foolsca — price 5s. forming Vol.  ...  With a Portrait of a itiey, je tue one luding Volume, HE LIFE vot “ARCHBISHOP CRANMER.  ... 

Intermediate Spanish Grammar

Ben Davis, Dillwyn F. Ratcliff
1952 Hispania  
HIsPANIA Intermediate Spanish Grammar is attrac- tively bound and the printing, on good quality paper, is clear and legible.  ...  But all this would not necessarily make for an outstanding nor an engaging play were it not for the superior artistry with which Grau has fashioned his characters to portray a tragi-comic sense of life  ... 
doi:10.2307/335779 fatcat:iixzotvr75gafkximvnfusdl2u

Q: Skills for Success 4 Reading and Writing, Listening and Speaking

Jennifer MacDonald
2013 The TESL Canada Journal  
EAP courses aimed at preparing students for university study through direct exposure to and practice with real-life academic topics, skills, and genres might be better served by another textbook.  ...  focus on grammar in isolation.  ... 
doi:10.18806/tesl.v30i2.1147 fatcat:qhpbzbryqbeglkh4fobk7apxxe

Page 716 of The Athenaeum Vol. , Issue 1545 [page]

1857 The Athenaeum  
—BARKER’S TURKISH GRAMMAR, DIALOGUES, and VOCABULARY. A Practical E. H.R. 1 vol. 5s. bound.  ...  By THOMAS HOOD, Second Edition, with Additions. 1 vol. with Illustrations, 10s. 6d. bound. ART and NATURE at.HOME and‘ ABROAD. (By.G; W. THORNBURY 2 vols, 21s.  ... 

Page 557 of The Athenaeum Vol. , Issue 403 [page]

1835 The Athenaeum  
Of whom may be had, Life of Lindley Murray, by Himself. 8vo. 9s. Grammatical Questions, adapted to Murray’s Grammar. By C.  ...  Abridgment of the English Grammar. Is. bd. English Exercises, adapted to the English Grammar. 2s. 6d. bd. P Key to the English Exercises. 2s. 6d. bound.  ... 

El senor de Pigmalion

Karl Ludwig Selig, Jacinto Grau, William Giuliano
1952 Hispania  
HIsPANIA Intermediate Spanish Grammar is attrac- tively bound and the printing, on good quality paper, is clear and legible.  ...  But all this would not necessarily make for an outstanding nor an engaging play were it not for the superior artistry with which Grau has fashioned his characters to portray a tragi-comic sense of life  ... 
doi:10.2307/335780 fatcat:z3g3z4yqhzb6rkcxdbjxgpblmy

Page 46 of None Vol. , Issue 1200 [page]

1840 None  
Gth edition, revised. l2me. 3s. bound. VII. Wordsworth’s New Greek Grammar, For the Use of Schools. i2mo. 3s, 6d. bound. VII. Buttman’s Lexilogus. New and cheaper edition, 8vo. 14s. IX.  ...  Bremner’s Russia. 2d and cheaper edition, in 2 vols. post 8vo. with Portraits, 24s. bound. parte. Bye.  ... 

Page 94 of Chautauquan Vol. 1, Issue 2 [page]

1880 Chautauquan  
His Life—his Writings. Paper, 30 cents. A Short Life of Charles Dickens, | with Selections from his Letters. Paper, 35 | cents. A Short Life of Gladstone. Paper, 35 cents. French Men of Letters.  ...  English Grammar.. Engl'sh Literature, hew edition, with supple- ment containing a brief histery of American literature, ....c.cc0+ ae Stopford A.  ... 

Page 59 of Western; A Journal of Literature, Education and Art Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1875 Western; A Journal of Literature, Education and Art  
Yet, with command of resources such as this, the author has permitted his fancy to be caught by such figures as the following: “Tf it (Literature) has been at times like a tropical forest, infested by  ...  hard on a scene of pathos, tumble down the airy fabric of our sympathies, like a card house, and choke us again with the dust of a noisy, convential life.”  ... 

The Sciences of Complexity and "Origins of Order"

Stuart A. Kauffman
1990 PSA Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association  
If the latter, then what a reordering of our view of life is mandated! Order, in fact, lies to hand. Our intuitions have been wrong for thousands of years. We must, in fact, revise our view of life.  ...  Networks with many inputs per gene lie in the chaotic regime.  ...  Grammar string models exhibit entirely novel classes of behavior, and all the phase transitions shown in the origin of life model. Fix a grammar. Start the soup with an initial set of strings.  ... 
doi:10.1086/psaprocbienmeetp.1990.2.193076 fatcat:str7t4pybjhcfhfk4vqy23k7u4
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