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brèv ity dis lo cate ap pe tite fed er al
bod i ly dis so lute as pe rate gen er al cavity im mo late am pa tate in ter val char i ty pen te cost act u ate in ter est chastity per fo rate ad e quate in tellect des ti ny perpetrate dep u tise in ter im den si ty cai cu late fur be low lib er al dig ni ty del e gate lio e age
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dim i ty ren o vate ab so lute min er al hom i ly rep ro bate ad vo cate nuvel ist len i ty re; o lute ob so lete octagon sub si dy rev e nue pat ronise ope ra sanctity spec u late stim u late para pet. par ity tel e scope sub ju gate pyr a mid lax i ty veg e tate suf fo cate pedestal en tity grad u ate populate paroxism vis i bly that tell lies, or steal, or quarrel, or use bad words.
For they will try to learı you to do as they do.
And people who see you with them, will think that you too are naughty.
If the people with whom you live behave ill,take great care not to learn their bad ways'
If they see that you are good, perhaps they will learn to be like you.
Good people should not learn to do like bad people ;
But bad people should learn to do like good people.
You should love your parents, for they have been very kind to you.
e àb la tive tràns i tive ám nes ty fàl la cy av a rice def i nite an ces try bot a ny al ka line den tri ficecav al ry cur ren cy ad jec tive dis ci plinebig a my
con stan cy dex terous ex qui site in fa my en er gy in fa mous ed i fice in dus try in stant ly lib er tine fem i nine in fan cy lav ish ly nar ra tivegen i tive hon es ty pen al ty om in ous in fi nitelit ur gy ped ant ry rei a tive len i tive fer ven cy pun gen cy ex cellent med i cine min is try rev e ry spir it ous or i fice mod es ty sec ta ry rav en ouspes ti lent nov el ty sum ma ry neg a tive prim i tive leg a cy sur ge ry vil lan ous posi tive sal a ry
sol ven cy voc a tive sen si tive tap es try ur gen cy vol a tile ul ti mate fac ul tyvil la ny
They have taken care of you, ever since you were born.
They loved you,and took care of you when you were little, and poor, and helpless:
When you could not talk, nor walk about nor do scarcely any thing but cry.
Then you gave them a great deal of trouble, but they did not neglect you.
Who is so kind to you as your parents ? or who takes so much pains to instruct you?
They provide food for you, and clothes, and warm beds to sleep in at night.
They are glad when you are pleased, and sorry when you are in trouble.
When you are sick, and in pain, they pity you, and tenderly wait upon you, and nurse you.
di a ry
cu ra cy
2 é 1 àg gra vale càv al cade dè cen cy bí na ry ag ger ate civil ize an ec dote cal a mine a gen cyco gen cy em an ate ex er cise flu en cydu sa bly ex er cise fed er ate fi nal ly de cent ly enterprize in fan tile le gal ly fru gal ly fer til ize in ter lude lu na cyfie ry mor al ize gen er ate li bra
ry no ta bly op er ate lat in ize
no ta rypo ten cy mod er ate rec og nise pri ma ry pu ber ty par a dise pul ver ize pri va cy pi ra cy sep a rate des ig nate re cer cv pa pa cy sig nal ize scan dal ize re sen cy ro sa ry sat el lite sig na ture to tally re al ly tol er ate ulcer ate vagrancy ri val ry vas sal age par a site va can cy u ber ty ven er ate mils og dine vna ry
pri ma cý They pray to to i to one you health, and strength and every good thing.
If your parents are sick,or in trouble, do all that you can to comfort them.
If they are poor, work, that you may be able to asist them.
How can we do too much, for those who have done so much for us?
Take pains to improve in reading, and writing, and in every thing your parents teach you, or wish you to learn.
Do not think you know better than your parents and teachers;
For they have lived a great while longer
They have read, and heard, and seen
di a gram
glob u lar
di al ing
oc u lar pop u lace
spec u lum
, fåll, får : mè, mệt : plne, pìn 2 é å
1 2 dul ci mer màs cu line
di a dem lex i con
mus cu lar bar ri er
doe u ment di al ect car ri on char i ot in stru ment fa vour ite cal i ber friv o lous fu ner al cur ri er lig ne ous eu cha rist ed i tor mis cre ant
lu na tick far ri er
mon u ment mu tin ous fur ri er
nu mer al car ri er
nu mer ous id i om sin gu lar lu cra tive id i ot
pa gan ism cham pi on tur bu lent
su per fice sim i lar croc o dile
tu ber ous sim i tar vit re ous
vo ta rist of ficer
pleth o ra ru in ous a great many things, which you have not.
You have lived longer than little infants, and you know more.
Great boys, and great girls, know more than you do
; And men, and women, know more than great boys and great girls do.
Love your brothers, and sisters ; do not Vex them, nor call them pames.
You should never let your little hands be raised to strike them.
If they have any thing which you would like to have, do not be angry with them, nor try to get it from them.
If you have any thing which they have not, share it with them,
ap pa rent ar ri val
2 1 ad hè sive
in hè rent a base ment ad he rent im
dent a bate ment al li ance il lu mine
a maze ment a bu sive
in tru sive en gagement il lu sive
a greement in va sive en tice ment ad ja cent in hu man
con fine ment a mu sing
ob tru sive ex site ment cor ro sive a ma zing al lure ment con clu sive pur su ant
a muse ment dis po sal tes ta trix
at one ment dis qui et tri bu nal in cite ment en gra ving com pla cent in duce ment ex clu sive
un e qual en rol ment ef fu sive un feel ing en force ment il lu sive
ver ba tim en slave ment in de cent
op po nent ar range ment Our parents are very good to us, but God, is better than our parents.
God has done much for us; he gave us our parents, and every thing that we have. He is not a man; he is wiser, and better, than any man ever was, or ever will be.
He made the sun, the moon, and the stars; the earth, the sky, and the waters.
He made the trees, and the flowers, the beasts, and the birds; the fishes,and the insects.
But he has made us more excellent than the beasts, for he has given us a soul.
It is our souls that know God, that he is good, and wise, and powerful.
The beasts do not know God, nor think of any
of his ways.