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" ... AN Ass, finding the skin of a Lion, put it on ; and, going into the woods and pastures, threw all the flocks and herds into a terrible consternation. At last, meeting his owner, he would have frightened him also ; but the good man, seeing his long... "
The fables of Æsop, and others, with designs on wood, by T. Bewick - Página 181
por Aesopus - 1818
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Fables: Original and Selected, by the Most Esteemed European and Oriental ...

George Moir Bussey - 1842 - 608 páginas
...frightened him also ; but the good man, seeing his long ears stick out, presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible that, notwithstanding his being dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no better than an ass. As all affectation is wrong, and tends to expose and make a man ridiculous, so...
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Short stories and poems for children, original and select

Short stories - 1846 - 154 páginas
...frightened him also; but the good man, seeing his long ears stick out, presently knew him, and, with a good cudgel, made him sensible that, notwithstanding his being dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no better than an ass. ©Jit Urtf. " DOVE, that sittest on yonder roof, Keeping from idle boys aloof;...
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Fables selected from Dodsley, Croxall, &c. and revised

Fables - 1846 - 98 páginas
...frightened him also ; but the good man, seeing his long ears stick out, presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible that, notwithstanding his being dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no better than an ass. THE TOWN AND THE COUNTRY MOUSE. A little mouse lived contentedly in her hole in...
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Practical English composition, Parte1

Richard Hiley - 1848 - 162 páginas
...stick out, and presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible that notwithstanding he was dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no more than an ass. LESSON ovi. EXERCISE.— /» the following sentences substitute, wherever you can, the Participle for...
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The fables of Æsop; with instructive applications: by S. Croxall

Aesopus - 1850 - 300 páginas
...in a lions skin, he was really uo more than ass. THB APPLICATION. -As all affectation is wrong, ami tends to expose and make a man ridiculous, so the...thing which he affects to appear, the stronger will he the ridicule which he excites, and the greater the inconveniences into which he runs himself therehy....
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Fables of AEsop and Others

Aesop - 1850 - 366 páginas
...frightened him also; but the good man seeing his long ears stick out, presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible, that, notwithstanding his being dressed in a Lion's skin, he was no more than an Ass. THE APPLICATION. As all affectation is wrong, and tends to expose and make a man...
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A Key to Hiley's Practical English Composition, Parte1

Richard Hiley - 1855 - 136 páginas
...stiching out, presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible that, notwithstanding he was dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no more than an ass. Lesson 106.— p. 70. The Participle for the Conjunction. my frame, giving a fresli addition to my...
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The fables of Æsop; with instructive applications, illustr. by H. Weir

Aesopus - 1859 - 226 páginas
...was really no more than an uas. THE AprLiCATIOS. — As nil affectation is wrong, and tends to impose and make a man ridiculous, so the more distant he...appear, the stronger will be the ridicule which he ezcites, and the greater the mconveniences into which he runs himself thereby, liow strangely absurd...
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Æsop's fables. [110 fables, tr. by S. Croxall].

Aesopus - 1861 - 254 páginas
...frightened him also ; but the good man, seeing his long ears stick out, presently knew him, and with a good cudgel made him sensible that, notwithstanding his...thing which he affects to appear, the stronger will the ridicule be which he excites, and the greater the inconveniences into which he runs himself thereby....
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Companion to English Grammar ...

Jacob Lowres - 1862 - 192 páginas
...stick out, and presently knew him, and with a good stick made him sensible that notwithstanding he was dressed in a lion's skin, he was really no more than an ass. FOURTH METHOD. By changing the transitive verb into the passive form, or the passive into the transitive....
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