And hardly had the carriage turned the corner and rattled into the high road with this inexplicable pair, than the whistle broke forth - prolonged, and low and tremulous; and the groom, already so far relieved, vented the rest of his surprise in one simple English
word, friendly to the mouth of Jack-tar and the sooty pitman, and hurried to spread the news round the servants' hall of Naseby House.
Second-rate dandies and roues, widow-ladies who always have a lawsuit, and very simple English
folks, who fancy they see "Continental society" at these houses, put down their money, or ate their meals, at Madame de Borodino's tables.
The Dollars and Sense of Divorce" skips the confusing legalese and in simple English
guides divorcing couples and families through every step and nuance of the process.
This new capability allows Web navigators to get immediate help from an AltaVista "librarian" by asking questions in simple English
and getting the single, most relevant answer.
IT was reported yesterday that new rules to be brought in later this year by the Home Office will mean that foreign footballers from outside the EU will be barred from joining British league clubs unless they can speak simple English
95): it makes the math behind equity investing simple, offering over 100 ratios and formulas broken down into easy steps and presented in simple English
for the non-mathematician.
If we're serious about relating better to residents we need to communicate with them in plain, simple English
At this time our son is being taught Spanish and French; we ask why, when he is unable to even spell a simple English
word like church?
Under the Reading Recovery programme, children read several little books each day written in simple English
, similar to the language the children hear in school
The pounds 23,000-ayear public school has had growing concern about the inability of new arrivals into its sixth form to cope with simple English
tasks like spelling, constructing a sentence and punctuation.
Finally, there is a commonsensical "how-to" book using simple English
that can be of immense use to public- and private-sector agencies, communities, school districts, cities, counties, states, and nations.
They write very simple English
- fifth- and sixth-grade English.
Mr Walsh would be better off downsizing his vocabulary and sticking to nice simple English
words such as "lessons".
Adam Smith's style is, of course, very different than that of most modern economists, who are either incapable of writing simple English
or have decided that they have more to gain by concealment.
Written by the recognized authority in taxes, this book transforms the complex new tax laws into simple English
that any taxpayer can understand.