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LESSON 175

UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING

“When faith is lost, when honor dies, the man is dead.”—Whittier.

biēr, a frame to carry the dead. in'quěst, judicial inquiry; official exbur' y, to inter; to hide.

amination. càs' ket, a burial case; a coffin. mầu so lē'um, a magnificent tomb căm' e tết ý, a graveyard.

or monument. eór' o nêr, a peace officer who in- món' u ment, a pillar; stone, etc.,

vestigates the causes of unnatural erected in remembrance; a medeatbs.

morial. côr tege' (kôr tāzh'), a procession; môrğue, a place where the dead boda train of attendants.

ies of unknown persons are held ere mā' tion, the practice of burning for identification. the dead.

môr' tu ā ry, of or pertaining to the dîrge, a funeral rite, or hymn.

dead; a morgue. ěl' e ġy, a funeral song:

Ō bìt' ū a ry, relating to a person's em bälm', to preserve.

death; a biographical sketch of one ěp' i tåph, an inscription on a tomb- recently deceased. stone.

öb' se quies, funeral rites. fū' nēr al, burial services over the rē' qui em, a hymn for the dead. dead.

shroud, a burial covering; a winding hệarse, a wagon for conveying the sheet. dead.

tomb (toom), a place for the dead. in' çěnse, burnt gums and spices; to vậult, a place of confinement or burial perfume with incense.

enclosed by masonry.

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LESSON 176

MISCELLANEOUS

ers.

“Our grand business is, not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand.”--Carlyle. bou quet' (boo kā'), a bunch of flow- eón dū' çive, helpful; tending to con

tribute. eat' à lògue (-log), a list of names. con niy' ançe, corrupt or guilty asçe lěr' i tỹ, rapidity of motion.

sent to wrongdoing; voluntary overeól lĕet' or, a person authorized to sight; giving secret assistance of receive money for another.

sympathy.

eðn spīre', to plot; to combine for; ex ôr' bi tant, excessive; enormous. to concur to one end.

frănk' ing, the privilege of sending con' sti tūte, to form; to make and letters and packages by mail or exempower; to enact.

press free of charge. còn tri' tion, remorse; repentance for im pēach' ment, arraignment; a callsin.

ing to account. eón' tro vērt, to dispute or oppose by im plic' it, unquestioning; implied. reasoning; to debate.

im pēr çěp' ti ble, undiscernible. eăn văn' i al, festive; jovial.

in grăt' i tŭde, insensibility to kindcôr' dial, hearty; affectionate.

ness or favors. dē scend' ant, offspring.

in' no çěnçe, purity of heart; blamedis pěnse', to deal out; to give.

lessness. ěm' phå sis, special force of voice. in tēr vēne', to come between; to inex hib' it, to show; anything prepared terpose. for inspection.

lil' y, a bulbous plant and flower.

LESSON 177

MISCELLANEOUS

“It is ever true that he who does nothing for others does nothing for himself.”—Goethe.

ses or

åf' flū ence, abundance; wealth; zat' a ble, edible; proper for food. riches.

liğ' nům-vi' taē, a hard, heavy wood. ås pīr' ant, one who aspires; a candi- lòn' ġi tūde, distance east or west date.

from a meridian. bog' om, the breast; cherished. mignon étte' (min yŭn-), a plant bush' el, four pecks; a measure of ca- having fragrant greenish flowers. pacity.

měad' ow, a low, level tract of grasscär' pen ter, a builder of

land. ships; a worker in timber.

Měd i tēr rā' ne an, an inland sea căs' ti gāte, to punish by blows; to south of Europe. chasten.

me rï' no, a fine woolen fabric. ea tăs' tro phe, a sudden calamity. ôr' chard, an enclosure containing çiv' i līze, to reclaim from savage fruit trees. state; to refine.

pås' ture, grassland for cattle, horses, coarse' ness, rudeness; roughness. etc.; to graze. deūçe, two; a demon.

quad' rant, quarter of a circle,

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răd' i eal, relating to the root; ex-vå lise', a traveling-bag. treme.

võl' un ta rý, an organ solo played sěm' i na ry, a school.

before divine service; spontaneous; stăg' ger,

to
sway; to reel.

proceeding from the will.
Take a second glance at the following words:
lilies
surgeon
precedent

lodgment sieve peaceable supersede

corruptible allege Cincinnati feasible

competent

LESSON 178

WALL PAPER AND DECORATION

room.

“The path of success in business is invariably the path of common sense." år å běsque' (-běsk'), a kind of orna-frět, ornamented work in relief, as mentation in low relief.

carving or embossing. bôr' der, margin; an edge.

friēze (frēez), a horizontal, decorabrie'-a-brăe, antiquarian or artistic tive panel on the upper part of a curiosities.

wall. căl' çi mīne, a white or colored wash här' mo nīz ing, agreeing in action, used in decorating walls.

adaptation, etc. çõil' ing, upper, interior surface of a grille, a lattice or grating.

in tē' ri or, the inside part. col' or, hue; tint; to tinge.

mö sā' ie, work variegated by glass, eôr' niçe, any molded projection which stones, etc., of various colors.

finishes the part to which it is af- păl mětte', a floral ornament. fixed.

păn' el, a rectangular piece of wood ēa' gel, a frame on which pictures are set in a frame. placed.

pär' quět rý, a mosaic of woodwork. em bossed' (-bost'), formed or covered pěd' es tal, the base or foot of a with raised figures.

column, statue, vase, etc. ex tē' ri õr, the outside part. re liēf', projection of a figure above fěs toon', a garland or wreath used the plane on which it is formed.

in decoration; to adorn with, fes- stủe' eo, a kind of fine plaster used toons.

for decorating walls. frěs' eo, painting on walls and ceil- tile, thick piece of baked clay for covings,

ering buildings, for floors, etc.

LESSON 179

MISCELLANEOUS åp prěn' tice, one bound by contract | KĒ' ran, the Mohammedan Bible. to learn a trade or art.

māel' stróm (māle'-), a whirlpool. bois' tēr ous, noisy ; violent; rough. me ehăn' ie al, automatic; pertaining ehrýs ån' the mům, a highly culti- to machines. vated aster.

mēn' ial (-yal), serving; low; mean. děf i nï' tion, explanation; descrip- mō dïste', a dressmaker. tion.

mos qui' to (-kē'-), a pestiferous inde gīr' ous, solicitous; covetous. sect. dóm' i nant, prevailing; governing. op' ti mist, one who looks on the ee lèe' tỉe, selecting; choosing from bright side of things. various sources.

Ò' ri el, a kind of bay window. fìch' ụ (fish' ạ), a light cape, usually păl' li āte, to excuse; to mitigate. of lace, worn by women.

pěs' si mist, one who looks on the hu mil' i āte, to humble; to depress. dark side of things. im pēach', to charge with a crime; to prób' å bly, likely; in a probable

call in question. kind' li ness, tenderness.

răv' en ous, voracious; hungry. knowl' edge, wisdom; information. vál' iant, brave; intrepid in danger.

manner.

LESSON 180

REVIEW

acme

cassimere changeable oratorio

tweed grieve

corps
righteous
district

cremation
experiment
orchestral
criticize
squalor
sovereign
correspondent
adieu
alley
Wednesday
variegate
incense
intervene

soprano
lyceum
suicide
region
gazette

survey
specification
visible
perennial
synopsis
dirge

clarinet tambourine pragmatical adherent precise magazine trophy curfew plagiarism bury gazette

massacre

autumn
phlox
villain
obsequies
valise

LESSON 181

CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES

Census of 1900

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Ak' rón,

0.. A lå me' då, Cal... Al ăx ăn' dri ả, Va. Al' le ghe nỹ, Pa... Al' lěn town, Pa. Al' tón, Ill Al too' nå, Pa.. Am' stër dăm, N. Y. An' dēr són, Ind.... Ann Ar' bõr, Mich. Ap' ple ton, Wis.. Ashe' ville, N, C.. Ash' land, Wis.. Ash tå bū' lå, 0) Atch' i són, Kan.. At lăn' tie City, N. J....... Au' bîrn, N. Y Au rõ' ra, Ill.. Bal' ti more,

Md.. Băn' gôr, Me . Bắt' tle Crễek, Mich... Bāy õnne' (bā yon'), N. J.. Bělle' ville, Ill..... Bērke' leỹ, Cal ..., Băn' ẽn lý, Mass...

42,728 | Bid' de fõrd, Me..

16,145 16,464 Bing' ham tón (-m-), N. Y. 39,647 14,528 | Bĩu' mừng năm, Ala..

38,415 129,896 | Bloom' ing tỏn, Ill..

23,286 35,416 Brăd' doek, Pa..

15,654 14,210 Brăd' fõrd, Pa..

15,029 38,973 Bridge' port, Conn

7996 20,929 Broek' tón, Mass.

40,063 20,178 Brook' lýn, N. Y..... 1,166,582 14,509 Bŭf' få lo, N. Y....... 352,387 15,085 Bûr' ling tón, Vt

18,640 14,694 Būtte, Mont...

30,470 13,074 Cāi' ro (kā' ro), Ill.

12,566 12,949 Căl' ū mět, Mich..

15,000 15,722 Cām' bridge, Mass

91,886 27,838 | Căm' den, N. J..

75,935 30,345 | Căn' tôn, 0.

30,667 24,147 Cär' bon dāle, Pa..

13,536 508,957 Cē' dar Răp' ¡ds, Ia..

25,656 21,850 | Chär' lotte, N. C.

18,091 18,563 | Chăt tả m00' ga, Tenn 30,154 32,722 Chěl' sēa, Mass.

34,072 17,484 Chěs' tēr, Pa..

33,988 13,214| Chi cạo go, Ill...

1,698,575 13,884 | Chỉe' o pee, Mass.

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CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES

Cin çin nä' tỉ, 0...
Clēve' land, 0.
Clĩn'tón, Ia.
Cô hỏes', N. Y..

19,167

LESSON 182

Census of 1900

325,902 | Coun' çil Blúffs, Ia......
381,768 | Cov' ing tỏn, Ky.
22,698 Cům' bēr land, Md.
23,910 Dăl' las, Tex...

25,802
42,938
17,128
42,638

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