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" And that the sufferer's bright dilated eye, Like mouldering wood, owes to decay alone " Its wondrous lustre :—ye who still have hoped, Even in death's dread presence, but at length Have heard the summons, (O heart-freezing... "
Poems - Page 127
by Amelia Opie - 1806 - 185 pages
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A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - 1861 - 372 pages
...require it. Ex.— " Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched Beside a fading friend, unconscious that The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed." The czBsural pause occurs within the line; most frequently about the middle of it. It belongs chiefly...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - 1866 - 366 pages
...it. Ex. — Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched \ Beside a fading friend, unconscious that \ \ The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed. 709. The Cacsural Pause is a slight pause made within the line, most frequently about the middle of...
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - 1866 - 372 pages
...slight pause made at the end of eacli line, even when the grammatical sense does not require it. Ex. — Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched \ Beside a fading friend, unconscious that \ | The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed....
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A Common-school Grammar of the English Language

Simon Kerl - 1872 - 368 pages
...Yo who have anxiously and fondly watched \ Bcsiilo a fading friend, unconscious that \ \ The check's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed. 709t The Csesural Pause is a slight pause made within the line, most frequently ahout the middle of...
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Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms: A Guide to Correct Writing ...

Thomas Edie Hill - 1876 - 360 pages
...the voice without any change in tone or accent. The following example shows its effect. Final Pause. Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched Beside a fading friend, unconscious thai The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed....
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Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms: A Guide to Correct Writing ...

Thomas Edie Hill - 1879 - 398 pages
...the voice without any change in tone or accent. The following example shows its effect. Final Pause. Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched Beside a fading friend, unconscious that The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed....
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Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms: A Guide to Correct Writing ...

Thomas Edie Hill - 1883 - 542 pages
...effect. Final Pause. Ye who have anxiously and fondly watchtd Beside a fading friend, unconscious that The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view, Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed. Varieties of Poetry. EVERAL leading kinds of poetry are named as follows : Epic, Dramatic, Lyric, Elegiac,...
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Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms

Thomas Edie Hill - 1884
...the voice without any change in tone or accent. The following example shows its effect. Final Pause. Ye who have anxiously and fondly watched Beside a fading friend, unconscious that The cheek's bright crimson, lovely to the view. Like nightshade, with unwholesome beauty bloomed....
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