A Handbook of Comparative Tai by Fang Kuei Li

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Chirrup: piad, gorjeas, gorjee, gorjeen, pía, piáis, piamos, pían, pías, gorjean, píen. evermore: eternamente. fiddler: violinista. gracefully: graciosamente, desenvueltamente, elegantemente, gallardamente, airosamente. grouping: agrupación, agrupamiento, agrupar. heaped: amontonado. housemaid: criada, empleada doméstica, mucama. lofty: alto, encumbrado. lovable: amable, afable. milkman: lechero. movable: movible, móvil. perish: perecer, perecéis, perezco, perezcan, pereces, perecemos, pereced, perece, perecen, perezca.

Near to the winter fire sat a beautiful young girl, so like that last that Scrooge believed it was the same, until he saw her, now a comely matron, sitting opposite her daughter. The noise in this room was perfectly tumultuous, for there were more children there, than Scrooge in his agitated state of mind could count; and, unlike the celebrated herd in the poem, they were not forty children conducting themselves like one, but every child was conducting itself like forty. The consequences were uproarious beyond belief; but no one seemed to care; on the contrary, the mother and daughter laughed heartily, and enjoyed it very much; and the latter, soon beginning to mingle in the sports, got pillaged by the young brigands most ruthlessly.

No. " Perhaps, Scrooge could not have told anybody why, if anybody could have asked him; but he had a special desire to see the Spirit in his cap; and begged him to be covered. " exclaimed the Ghost, "would you so soon put out, with worldly hands, the light I give? " Scrooge reverently disclaimed all intention to offend or any knowledge of having wilfully "bonneted" the Spirit at any period of his life. He then made bold to inquire what business brought him there. " said the Ghost. Scrooge expressed himself much obliged, but could not help thinking that a night of unbroken rest would have been more conducive to that end.

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