101_Poetry_Proverbs

101_Poetry_Proverbs - IN OTHER WORDS 1. Compounds of...

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IN OTHER WORDS 1. Compounds of hydrogen and oxygen in the proportion of two to one that are without visible movement invariably tend to flow with profundity. 2. A body of persons abiding in a domicile of silica combined with metallic oxides should not carelessly project small geologic specimens. 3. Do not utter loud or passionate vocal expressions because of the accidental overturning of a receptacle containing a whitish opaque and nutritive fluid. 4. Where there is sufficient positive volition, a successful conclusion may usually be expected. 5. A superfluity of culinary experts has a tendency to disarrange the beef extract. 6. Cast a stroke at the propitious moment when the silver-white metallic substance is of excessive temperature. 7. A tremendous disturbance of the atmosphere is generally preceded by a corresponding period of absolute tranquility. 8. The customary symbol of regal power does not necessarily indicate desirable mental tranquility. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course HUM 101 taught by Professor Yorgason during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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101_Poetry_Proverbs - IN OTHER WORDS 1. Compounds of...

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