10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIVE A PERSON A FIT»
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What might give a person a fit of laughter, on the other hand, is the illustrated
chart that instructs Japanese men how to dress like Westerners. The Japanese
artist didn't intend it as a joke; he is quite serious with his cravats and top hats
Death Without Weeping: The Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil
It can give a person a fit. It can paralyze you so you can't walk." "Yes, nervos can
even kill you," continued Beatrice. "Do men suffer from nervos?" Zefinha replied, "
Here on the Alto a lot of men suffer from nerves. They have heart palpitations, ...
Nancy Scheper-Hughes, 1993
New Directions in Psychological Anthropology
Biu interjected: "When I suffer a crise de nervos, it gives me an agonia in my heart
. It can give a person a fit. It can paralyze you, so you can't walk." "Yes, nervos
can even kill you," continued Beatrice. "Do men Hungry bodies, medicine, and
Theodore Schwartz, Geoffrey M. White, Catherine A. Lutz, 1992
Reader's Digest Oxford complete wordfinder
5 a capricious impulse; a mood (when the fit was on him), a by (or in) fits and
starts spasmodically, give a person a fit colloq. surprise or outrage him or her.
have a fit colloq. be greatly surprised or outraged, in fits laughing uncontrollably. [
Reader's Digest Association, 1996
Little gray eyes about the size of a pin's head, which ever and anon twinkle with
such vivacity, as almost to give a person a fit of the blues. He has a very delicate
nose. Six feet long and two inches broad, added to a slight elevation at the end ...
Dutchess County Historical Society, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1946
'Tis bound to give a person a fit now and again, especially someone who's
getting on in years and whose eyes and hearing aren't as sharp as they used to
be. Why don't you go to your room and lie down for a bit, dear? And tomorrow,
The Sorrows of a
In the fallows of the fields lay long strips of water which every now and again
gave out a chilly gleam. The weather suited my mood. Nothing could be more
depressing, or nicely calculated to give a person a fit of the blues. I dipped my
pen in ...
Mrs. Edward Kennard, 1896
How to Write & Sell Your First Novel
Offers advice on genre selection, characters, dialogue, plot, writing habits, revision, manuscript submission, agents, contract negotiation, and publicity
How to Write Action Adventure Novels
This is certainly a vital book for the mystery writer & those who do war stories, but I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it as a tonic before writing Western, Gothic, space adventure, or quest fantasy.
Women and the Economic Miracle: Gender and Work in Postwar Japan
These are the people who inhabit the underside of the once-optimistic Brazilian Economic Miracle and who are being left behind in the shaky transition to democracy.