10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REDEMPTIBLE»
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Garner on Language and Writing
Much of what he said in 1926 still stands up. q Unlikely sets of polysyllables
unfortunately abound in sets that seek needless disambiguation, such as
redeemable/redemptible and restitutionary/restitutional/restitutive/restitutory.
Richard Edney and the Governor's Family
It went some ways towards redeeming what was redemptible in it. Would anyone
refuse the blessings of the Griped Hand? He must indeed be reprobate. Did it
Christianize the Church and Victoria Square ? It helped their Christianization.
On Human Freedom: Being the Forwood Lectures on the ...
There is no substantial difference between what I have said and the general
assertion that an omnipotent and omniscient moral creator of the universe,
having created and being in continuous control of a sinful if redemptible world, is
The Magnificent Showboats of the Lower Vissel River, Lune ...
Are they redemptible in iron?” “In iron, if Master Gassoon so elects, or some other
valuable commodity, such as admission to a performance of the drama Macbeth.
If you choose, you may profit by selling these vouchers for double their face ...
a Bad Boy's School, Incarnadine Bay Reformatory for Wayward Youth, meaning
Bad Boy Redemptible. On the screen is Opera Palfrey's talk show and next to the
famous person of note is a small, perhaps wicked face of someone almost ...
Garner's Modern American Usage
Recusancy is a different word, meaning “obstinate refusal to comply.” *
Recusance is a NEEDLESS VARIANT of recusancy. redact. See revise.
redeemable; *redemptible. The first is standard. Avoid the second, which is
pedantic, unnecessary, ...
Encyclopedia of Modern Jewish Culture
This tendency to expressionist angst is tempered, however, by the artist's belief
thatman, in spite ofeverything, is“collectively redemptible,” that “the forging of
worksof art isone ofman'sremaining semblancesto divinity.” Further reading Fenn,
Style-book of business English, designed for use in business ...
... persuasible pervertible plausible possible prehensible prescriptible producible
productible protrusible putrescible receptible redemptible redressible reducible
reflectible reflexible refrangible remissible renascible rendible reprehensible ...
U. S. Government Printing Office Style Manual: An Official ...
... resistible suppressible unsusceptible producible responsible susceptible
vendible productible reversible suspensible vincible protrusible revertible
tangible visible putrescible risible tensible vitrescible receptible runcible terrible
U S Government Printing Office, 2009
The tourists will pay inscrip, redemptible at Araminta Station only for
contraceptives, copiesof the Cadwal Charter and one wayoutwardbound
passage.” Namour laughed ingenuine amusement. “Bodwyn Wook, I salute you!
Still, itis sad thatthe ...
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «REDEMPTIBLE»
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An Inhumane Humanities Lecture
The Berry family is a bunch of stickers, and Wendell is the Poet of Stickers. There is nothing redeeming or redemptible, not one thing, to be found in boomers. «First Things, May 12»