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They differ by the fact that the images that constitute memories, unlike those that constitute imagination, are accompanied by a feeling of belief which may be expressed in the words "this happened.
There are some exceedingly useful words in this language.
Words are made by letters of the alphabet being set together, and our literature again by words being set together; hence the name.
And these noises were as definitely words in his vocabulary as are words in a human's vocabulary.
Underneath these wild words ran always that hard note of truth.
I would sit at my desk and dally with pad and pen, but words refused to flow.
Van Brandt vividly present to my mind, I arranged the first words of the sentence which was to tell my mother that my "infatuation" was at an end!
I could not bring myself to write more, and even those few words were merely slipped into one of the books which you had given me.
Catherine the Great could not have done more," said Napoleon, growing more and more excited as he paced up and down the room, repeating to Balashev almost the very words he had used to Alexander himself at Tilsit.
A woman who could have sympathized with her would perhaps have guessed what those words meant.
If you cannot tell your right side from your left, I fear that no words of mine can make my meaning clear to you.
Every word is either current, or strange, or metaphorical, or ornamental, or newly-coined, or lengthened, or contracted, or altered.