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More plain words for plain men
Doherty, William Hugh Rev.
by Printed by Simms and McIntyre, S. Archer, H. Greer, C. Hasson, J. Tate, J. Magill, R. Greer, C. Pilson, G. Dugan, W. Campbell, W. Moody. in Belfast, Belfast, Newry, Downpatrick, Ballymena, Derry, Newtownlimavady
Written in English
|Statement||byWilliam Hugh Doherty, Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation of Ballyhemlin.|
|Contributions||McNinch, William, Simms and McIntyre (Belfast),, Samuel Archer (Belfast: Firm),, Henry Greer (Belfast: Firm),, C. Hasson (Belfast: Firm),, John Tate (Belfast: Firm),, JamesMagill (Belfast: Firm),, Robert Greer (Newry: Frim),, C. Pilson (Downpatrick: Firm),, George Dugan (Ballymena: Firm),, W. Campbell (Derry: Firm),, W. Moodie (Newtownlimavady: Firm),|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Sir Ernest Gowers book, The Complete Plain Words, remains a superb guide to clear communication nearly 60 years after it was first published. The aim of writing, he said, should be to affect your readers in It's probably fair to say that we now spend more time writing than ever before, in e-mails, text messages, Powerpoint presentations 4/5.
The Complete Plain Words, titled simply Plain Words in its revision, is a style guide written by Sir Ernest Gowers, published in It has never been out of print.
It comprises expanded and revised versions of two pamphlets that he wrote at the request of HM Treasury, Plain Words () and ABC of Plain Words ().
The aim of More plain words for plain men book book is to help officials in their use of. The complete plain words by Gowers, Ernest, ; Fraser, Bruce, Sir, Publication date Show More.
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'Plain Words' was found at the site of a series of bombings against capitalist targets inincluding billionaire John D. Rockefeller and Attorney General Alexander Palmer. The primes suspects were Galleanists, followers of insurrectionary anarchist Luigi Galleani (), founder and editor of the newspaper 'Cronaca Sovversiva.'.
a basic knitting stitch 2. extensive tract of level open land 3. express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness 4. lacking embellishment or ornamentation 5.
lacking in physical beauty or proportion 6. free from any effort to soften to disguise 7. clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment 8. lacking patterns especially in color 9. not elaborate or elaborated. Sir Ernest Gowers was born inand became a leading civil servant.
He ran the civil defence of London during the Second World War, chaired the Royal Commission into Capital Punishment, wrote the bestseller, Plain Words, and became the first editor of H.
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The title of the book is a bit of a stretch, though. The men who gathered in Philadelphia were anything but “plain.” Almost all of them were wealthy, and many owned slaves even if some claimed.
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The plates are passed on (compare The Words of Mormon) AD: King Benjamin was a holy man, who reigned in righteousness. There were many other holy men in the land who spoke God's words with power and authority. They spoke sharply because the Nephites were stubborn.
We eagerly anticipate more evidences “hidden in plain sight”! 1. RCE is an abbreviation for The Book of Mormon: Restored Covenant Edition, published in by Zarahemla Research Foundation, Independence, Missouri.Synonyms for in plain English include namely, scilicet, specifically, to wit, videlicet, especially, expressly, particularly, specially and id est.
Find more similar words at !COMPLETE PLAIN WORDS, The. A book written by Sir Ernest GOWERS, a senior British civil servant, the 1st edition published in by Her Majesty's Stationery book was based on two slimmer books that he wrote at the invitation of the British Treasury, Plain Words () and The ABC of Plain Words (), which gave advice to civil servants on the writing of .