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" when he reflected against what odds and for what a prize he was in a few hours to contend." 3. Parse the italicized words in the above sentence. 4. What is a Noun? What are the properties of nouns, and into what classes are they divided ? 6. "
The R.I. Schoolmaster - Página 299
1862
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Half hours of English history, from James the first to queen Victoria ...

English history - 1881
...vast camp of the nalioh. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. Nor was the i-est of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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English (The Granville) history readers, Tema 4

Thomas J. Livesey - 1881
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. The day broke, the day which was to decide the fate of India. At sunrise the army of the Nabob, pouring...
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Marcus Ward's history readers, ed. by J.G. [sic] Hefford, Tema 4

Ward Marcus and co, ltd - 1883
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. 9. " The day broke, the day which was to decide the fate of India. At sunrise the army of the Nabob,...
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Critical and Historical Essays Contributed to the Edinburgh Review

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 1883 - 850 páginas
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. Nor was the rest of Snrajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, woe distracted...
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CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL ESSAYS

LORD MACAULAY - 1883
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in ¿ few hours to contend. Noi¿ was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak...
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Pictorial records of remarkable events in the history of the world

World - 1884
...the vast camp of theNabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. Nor was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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Chambers's graduated readers, Libro 6

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1885
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. 4. Nor was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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Sketches from English History

Arthur Martin Wheeler - 1886 - 372 páginas
...the vast camp of the nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend Nor was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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Lord Clive

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1886 - 149 páginas
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then »o have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. Nor was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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Ten Great Events in History

1887 - 264 páginas
...vast camp of the Nabob. It is not strange that even his stout heart should now and then have sunk, when he reflected against what odds, and for what a prize, he was in a few hours to contend. 53. " Nor was the rest of Surajah Dowlah more peaceful. His mind, at once weak and stormy, was distracted...
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