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In her review of Julia de Gramont (1789), Wollstonecraft strings together some examples of the author's prose style, skewering sentence and scribbler at once: "We shall subjoin some quotations, many sentences we only present, as a mere collection of words, for the meaning they were designed to convey, we could not comprehend" (7: 27).
To subjoin this project to the furtherance of a political end is, on the one hand, no great matter.
For wider interest, I subjoin that Ronald Knox's Letter from Ulysses to Penelope (written inside the Trojan Horse), a delightful parody(5) of both Virgil and the Heroides of Ovid, contains similar jokes about the crush and smell within the horse, along with such linguistic items as the aforementioned alvus for its interior; could Knox have been at all influenced by Fielding?
You may subjoin this lemma from Claudian: "PLEASURE ITSELF WILL BRING DEATH.
Pursuant to this Law, Dubai World Trade Centre Authority (DWTCA) subjoins Investment Corporation of Dubai as an incorporated public body with financial, administrative and legal independency.
Chapter one's closing pun subjoins writing to outright warfare; as the Court of Chancery adjourns for the day, "A battery of blue bags is loaded with heavy charges of papers and carried off by clerks" (19).
and subjoins that it is a musical cocktail, one is prepared for the worst.
While the agent visits these seeds, it identifies all the tagged sources in the site and subjoins them in the so-called "crawl frontier list".
To these puritan conventions Crisp subjoins a magnification of the all-sufficiency of imputative righteousness, which at a stroke severs the Perkinsian regime of preparatory works.
Pursuant to this law, DWTCA subjoins Investment Corporation of Dubai as an incorporated public body with financial, administrative and legal independency.
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