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He wrote and spoke English, and criticized laws requiring the use of French in Quebec.
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One particular contribution towards formalizing these differences came from Noah Webster, who wrote the first American dictionary ( published 1828 ) with the intention of showing that people in the United States spoke a different dialect from Britain, much like a regional accent.
** Note: Marker wrote and spoke all the commentary for this short film about fruit juice in Alexandrine verse ( Film Comment ).
He spoke Greek so perfectly that he was called " honey-tongued " ( meliglossos ); Roman-born, he preferred Greek authors, and wrote in a slightly archaizing Greek himself.
Freda Kirchwey, then editor of The Nation, wrote at the time of her death: " When she spoke to people — whether it was to a small committee or a swarming crowd — hearts beat faster.
In the letter, Paul commands church brethren, " Do not forbid to speak in tongues " ( 1 Cor 14: 39 ), while warning them that " all things must be done properly and in an orderly manner " He further expresses his wishes that those to whom he wrote " all spoke with tongues " ( 1 Cor 14: 5 ) and claims himself to speak with tongues more than any in the church at Corinth (" I thank God I speak with tongues more than you all " 1 Cor 14: 18 ).
The Galatians were still speaking the Galatian language ( Gaulish ) in the time of St. Jerome ( 347 – 420 AD ), who wrote that the Galatians of Ancyra and the Treveri of Trier ( in what is now the German Rhineland ) spoke the same language ( Comentarii in Epistolam ad Galatos, 2. 3, composed c. 387 ).
[...] And I spoke and wrote these things not by the invention of my heart or that of any other person, but as by the secret mysteries of God I heard and received them in the heavenly places.
Bernard spoke and wrote persuasively on their behalf, and in 1129 at the Council of Troyes the Order was officially endorsed by the Church.
Although Trotsky stated in his autobiography My Life that he was never perfectly fluent in any language but Russian and Ukrainian, Raymond Molinier wrote that Trotsky spoke fluent French.
Thomas Barlow, Bishop of Lincoln wrote Execreitationes aliquot metaphysicae de Deo ( 1637 ) and spoke often of natural theology during the reign of Charles II.
It was said in 1703 that the people of Shetland generally spoke English, but that " many among them retain the ancient Danish Language "; while in 1750 Orkney-born James Mackenzie wrote that Norn was not yet entirely extinct, being " retained by old people ", who still spoke it among each other.
Rabbi Philip R. Alstat, an early leader of Conservative Judaism, known for his fiery rhetoric and powerful oratory skills, wrote and spoke in 1939 about the power of the Passover story during the rise of Nazi persecution and terror:
Trudeau wrote and spoke out against both the Meech Lake Accord and Charlottetown Accord proposals to amend the Canadian constitution, arguing that they would weaken federalism and the Charter of Rights if implemented.
As John wrote his Gospel after these events, for a Gentile audience, he spoke generically of Jews, rather than specifying a group within Judaism that no longer existed and that would have been unfamiliar to his readers.
On June 14, President Harding was also the first president to be heard by the U. S. public on the new mass medium: he spoke on radio at a dedication site in honor of Francis Scott Key, who wrote the words to the Star Spangled Banner.
Condorcet later wrote Vie de M. Turgot ( 1786 ), a biography which spoke fondly of Turgot and advocated Turgot's economic theories.
They initially became estranged when Nancy spoke about her daughter on a television show and later wrote a book titled, From Mother and Daughter to Friends: A Memoir ( 1999 ).
At the ceremony, screenwriter Budd Schulberg, who wrote On the Waterfront, thanks his lifelong friend saying, “ Elia Kazan has touched us all with his capacity to honor not only the heroic man, but the hero in every man .” In an interview with the American Film Institute in 1976, Kazan spoke of his love of the cinema: " I think it's the most wonderful art in the world.
The American historian Norman Goda wrote that Raeder's champions usually spoke if aggression against Norway was the only thing that Raeder had been convicted of, and that campaign to free Raeder rested upon "... a quasi-legal argument mixed with moral equivalency and wilful ignorance ".
For instance, when his former tutor, General De Grunne, in his old age, entered the Benedictine monastery of Maredsous, Belgium, King Albert wrote a letter to him, in which he spoke of the joy of giving oneself to God.
During the debate in 1987 over a free trade agreement between Canada and the United States, Atwood spoke out against the deal, including an essay she wrote opposing the agreement.
Jerome, who often spoke of Didymus not as the blind but as " the Seer ," wrote that Didymus " surpassed all of his day in knowledge of the Scriptures " and Socrates of Constantinople later called him " the great bulwark of the true faith ".
In the report he wrote for De Gaulle, he spoke of these three movements and the possibility of bringing them together under the acronym, " LLL ".
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While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
But both were high-spirited and vivacious, both had tempers to control, both loved languages, especially English and German, both were good teachers and wrote for publication.
This seems odd when one recalls that he wrote poetry longer than any other major English poet: `` Domicilium '' is dated `` between 1857 and 1860 '' ; ;
:“ In 1882, she said, it was first spoken of when the Sporting Times, after the Australians had thoroughly beaten the English at the Oval, wrote an obituary in affectionate memory of English cricket “ whose demise was deeply lamented and the body would be cremated and taken to Australia ”.
One of the cookbooks that proliferated in the colonies was The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy written by Hannah Glasse, wrote of disdain for the French style of cookery, stating “ the blind folly of this age that would rather be imposed on by a French booby, than give encouragement to a good English cook !” Of the French recipes, she does add to the text she speaks out flagrantly against the dishes as she “… think it an odd jumble of trash .” Reinforcing the anti-French sentiment was the French and Indian War from 1754-1764.
English writer Douglas Adams, who wrote The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, used the metaphor of a living puddle examining its own shape, since, to those living creatures, the universe may appear to fit them perfectly ( while in fact, they simply fit the universe perfectly ).
Housman also wrote a parodic Fragment of a Greek Tragedy, in English, and humorous poems published posthumously under the title Unkind to Unicorns.
For a compilation album of the Glenmark duo Gemini, Andersson had Björn Ulvaeus write new Swedish lyrics for the re-recording of two old songs ; Ulvaeus also wrote new English lyrics to older Swedish language songs for opera singer Anne Sofie von Otter tribute album " I Let The Music Speak ".
" My intentions ", wrote the Duke from The Hague on 29 April to his governmental confidant, Sidney Godolphin, " are to march with the English to Coblenz and declare that I intend to campaign on the Moselle.
" There will be no campaign on the Moselle ", wrote Villeroi who had taken up a defensive position on the river, " the English have all gone up into Germany.
Marlborough wrote to Lord Raby, the English resident at Berlin: " If it should please God to give us victory over the enemy, the Allies will be little obliged to the King for the success.
He wrote his ' Enquiries ' ( Greek — Historia ; English —( The ) Histories ) around 440 – 430 BC, trying to trace the origins of the Greco-Persian Wars, which would still have been relatively recent history ( the wars finally ending in 450 BC ).
Thomas Carlyle translated Goethe ’ s novel into English, and after its publication in 1824, many British authors wrote novels inspired by it.
" The actress Minnie Maddern Fiske wrote in Harper's Weekly that " a constantly increasing body of cultured, artistic people are beginning to regard the young English buffoon, Charles Chaplin, as an extraordinary artist, as well as a comic genius.
Lord Chief Justice Edward Coke, a 17th-century English jurist and Member of Parliament, wrote several legal texts that formed the basis for the modern common law, with lawyers in both England and America learning their law from his Institutes and Reports until the end of the 18th century.
" Of the Australian national flag, the Australian poet Banjo Paterson wrote in 1893: The English flag may flutter and wave, where the world wide oceans toss, but the flag the Australian dies to save, is the flag of the Southern Cross.
The English composer Herbert Howells ( 1892 – 1983 ) wrote two significant collections of pieces for clavichord ( Lambert's Clavichord & Howells ' Clavichord ).
English had, however, been used as a literary language for centuries before Chaucer's life, and several of Chaucer's contemporaries — John Gower, William Langland, and the Pearl Poet — also wrote major literary works in English.
In despair, he wrote to William Paterson the London Scot and founder of the Bank of England and part instigator of the Darien scheme, who was in the confidence of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, leading minister and spymaster in the English Government.
In the final decade of his life, he also wrote conduct manuals, including Religious Courtship ( 1722 ), The Complete English Tradesman ( 1726 ) and The New Family Instructor ( 1727 ).
Later, Defoe wrote Memoirs of a Cavalier ( 1720 ), set during the Thirty Years ' War and the English Civil War.
Constantine FitzGibbon, Thomas ' first in-depth biographer, wrote " No major English poet has ever been as Welsh as Dylan ".