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  • Page 15 and 16: Preface to the c Home Education' Se
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  • Page 26 and 27: XX PREFACE tion and current thought
  • Page 29 and 30: Contents CHAPTER I DOCILITY AND AUT
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  • Page 33 and 34: CONTENTS XXVli PAGB Moral teaching
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    DOCILITY AND AUTHORITY I/ won't!' a

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    DOCILITY AND AUTHORITY 19 passed by

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    DOCILITY AND AUTHORITY 23 arrive in

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    CHAPTER III 'MASTERLY INACTIVITY' I

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    'MASTERLY INACTIVITY' 2? the first

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    ' MASTERLY INACTIVITY ' is the back

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    'MASTERLY INACTIVITY* 31 skill ; th

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    ' MASTERLY INACTIVITY ' dence, both

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    ' MASTERLY INACTIVITY 35 Leisure fo

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    RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AS PERSONS 37 ga

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    RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AS PERSONS 39 th

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    RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AS PERSONS 41 ch

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    RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AS PERSONS 43 an

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    PSYCHOLOGY AND CURRENT THOUGHT 45 a

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    PSYCHOLOGY AND CURRENT THOUGHT 47 a

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    SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINED

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    SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINED

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    SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINED

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    SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINED

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    , SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINE

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    SOME EDUCATIONAL THEORIES EXAMINED

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    AN ADEQUATE THEORY OF EDUCATION 6p

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    AN ADEQUATE THEORY OF EDUCATION 7!

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    AN ADEQUATE THEORY OF EDUCATION 73

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    AN ADEQUATE THEORY OF EDUCATION 75

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    AN ADEQUATE THEORY OF EDUCATION 77

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    CHAPTER VIII CERTAIN RELATIONS PROP

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    CERTAIN RELATIONS PROPER TO A CHILD

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    CERTAIN RELATIONS PROPER TO A CHILD

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    CERTAIN RELATIONS PROPER TO A CHILD

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    CERTAIN RELATIONS PROPER TO A CHILD

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    CERTAIN RELATIONS PROPER TO A CHILD

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    CHAPTER IX A GREAT EDUCATIONALIST (

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    A GREAT EDUCATIONALIST 93 fully org

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    A GREAT EDUCATIONALIST 95 the relig

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    A GREAT EDUCATIONALIST 97 a man doe

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    A GREAT EDUCATIONALIST 99 prevails

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    CHAPTER X SOME UNCONSIDERED ASPECTS

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    ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING 103 of

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    ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING 105 re

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    ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING IO? pe

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    ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING IOO, i

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    ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING III ho

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    CHAPTER XI SOME UNCONSIDERED ASPECT

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    ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL TRAINING 11

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    ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL TRAINING 11

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    H9 habits. We know, too, that the h

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    ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL TRAINING 12

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    SOME ASPECTS OF MORAL TRAINING 127

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    SOME ASPECTS OF MORAL TRAINING I2Q

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    SOME ASPECTS OF MORAL TRAINING 131

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    SOME ASPECTS OF MORAL TRAINING 133

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    SOME ASPECTS OF MORAL TRAINING 135

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    CHAPTER XIII SOME UNCONSIDERED ASPE

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    SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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    SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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    SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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    SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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    SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

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    for the whole of that part. definit

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 151 futilities of

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 153 their meaning

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 155 always fall up

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 157 revelation, be

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 159 appears final

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT l6l feature of its

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    A MASTER-THOUGHT 163 Grammar. We in

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS AND EDUCATION 165 shou

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS AND EDUCATION 167 and

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS AND EDUCATION 169 beli

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS AND EDUCATION . 171 of

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS AND EDUCATION 173 cond

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    HOW TO USE SCHOOL-BOOKS 175 past an

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    HOW TO USE SCHOOL-BOOKS 1/7 had glo

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    word ; HOW TO USE SCHOOL-BOOKS 179

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    HOW TO USE SCHOOL-BOOKS l8l mental

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    EDUCATION, THE SCIENCE OF RELATIONS

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    EDUCATION, THE 'SCIENCE OF RELATION

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    EDUCATION, THE SCIENCE OF RELATIONS

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    EDUCATION, THE SCIENCE OF RELATIONS

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    EDUCATION, THE SCIENCE OF RELATIONS

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    EDUCATION, THE SCIENCE OF RELATIONS

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    FURTHER AFFINITIES 195 hear much of

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    FURTHER AFFINITIES 197 Deformed Tra

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    FURTHER AFFINITIES 199 Words, 'a Pa

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    FURTHER AFFINITIES 2OI tells us in

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    FURTHER AFFINITIES 2O3 ploughman,'

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    VOCATION 205 Sincere Work. Not unti

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    VOCATION 207 The Calling of a Poet.

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    VOCATION 209 of the instruction and

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    VOCATION 211 Strenuous Effort and R

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    VOCATION 213 received into a monast

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    CHAPTER XX SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CU

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 21

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 2I

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 22

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 22

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 22

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    SUGGESTIONS TOWARDS A CURRICULUM 22

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 22Q books appreciated

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 23! the co-ordination

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 233 the work of both e

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 235 Religion. For Reli

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 237 ledge necessary fo

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    SCHOOL-BOOKS 239 use the blacklead

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    THE LOVE OF KNOWLEDGE 241 that " th

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    THE LOVE OF KNOWLEDGE 243 lectured

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    THE LOVE OF KNOWLEDGE 245 we call '

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    THE LOVE OF KNOWLEDGE 247 under suc

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    APPENDICES 249 13. What is the fina

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    APPENDICES 251 7. What four or five

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    APPENDICES 253 15. What is Professo

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    APPENDICES 255 15. What does nature

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    APPENDICES 257 10. What doctrine of

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    APPENDICES 259 7. Describe the invo

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    APPENDICES 26l 20. Why should child

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    APPENDICES 263 6. What was the unco

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    APPENDICES 265 7. Wherein lies the

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    APPENDICES 267 14. What indictment

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    APPENDICES 269 CHAPTER XX SUGGESTIO

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    APPENDICES 271 7. By what test may

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    APPENDICES 2/3 told him to take a l

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    E. (aged 7) : APPENDICES 275 " Peop

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    APPENDICES 277 which is still stand

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    APPENDICES 279 " Lime Twig.lt is ca

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    APPENDICES 28l though I should have

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    APPENDICES 283 Q. "And Jonathan lov

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    APPENDICES 285 'Where his first inf

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    APPENDICES 287 the case, unless the

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    APPENDICES 289 the 5th of May, 1789

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    APPENDICES 291 famous cheese market

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    APPENDICES 293 seated on a low hill

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    APPENDICES 295 Tabernacle and offer

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    APPENDICES 297 would have gone well

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    G. (aged 14^) : APPENDICES 299 " Se

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    APPENDICES 301 9. There is no distr

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    APPENDICES 303 S. Matthew, Lessons

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    APPENDICES 305 lesson. Know somethi

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    APPENDICES 3O7 Euclid. A First Step

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    Italian. Latin. APPENDICES 309 3. M

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    Drill* Dictation. Reading^ Drawing,

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    Work. 1 APPENDICES 313 (c) Write tw

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    APPENDICES 315 the chief priests, s

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    APPENDICES 317 3. Ich habe sechs gi

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    APPENDICES 319 "The same," said he

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    APPENDICES 321 them get (sic) hold

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    APPENDICES 323 Its capital is Don J

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    APPENDICES 325 2. Go quickly; he is

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    APPENDICES 327 and becomes a bright

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    APPENDICES 329 as Languages, Mathem

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    APPENDICES 331 LESSON. Step i. Ask

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    APPENDICES 333 " A maiden knight to

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    APPENDICES 335 Step 2. Draw from th

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    APPENDICES 337 Edward the Confessor

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    APPENDICES 339 their offices and li

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    APPENDICES 341 that Lamb was can be

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    APPENDICES 343 Step 6. Let the chil

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    Subject APPENDICES 345 French Narra

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    Verbs. Volere esercitarse Aprire Su

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    APPENDICES 349 Describe the rocky,

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    APPENDICES 351 of the rocks for the

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    APPENDICES 353 A PICTURE TALK. Grou

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    APPENDICES 355 provided, namely, va

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    APPENDICES 357 for the background r

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    APPENDICES 359 instead of eggs, or

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    must be educated on, 226 ; that sup

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    Francis, St, 75. Freeman, Professor

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    Omniscience of parents and teachers

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    Thoroughness, 120. Thought, psychol

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    Thoroughness, 120. Thought, psychol