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Orthography
As Outlined in the State Course of Study for Illinois

written by "Cavins, Elmer W. (Elmer Warren), 1864-"
...etermine beforehand by an unchangeable purpose or decree. “Whom He did foreknow He also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of His Son.” 11. To prefer one thing to another is to bring or set it before the other in estimation. To hold in greater liking or esteem. 13. A prejudgment formed without due examination. “Prejudice is the child of ignorance.” 14. Literally, before the threshold. Preceding or leading up to something more important; as preliminary arrangements. 18. A preposition is so called because usually placed before the word with which it is phrased. 19. Anything is preposterous when it is contrary to nature, reason, or common sense. Literally, having that last which ought to be first; as, the “cart before the horse”. 20. To lay down beforehand in writing as a rule of action. “Prescribe not us our duties.[20]” re = back, again.   1. re bound, leap16. re juven ate, young   2. re cede, go17. re lapse, slip   3. re claim, call18. re late, carry   4. re cluse, shut19. re lease, loose   5. re cogn ize, know20. re mit, send   6. re con struct, build21. re morse, bite   7. re course, run22. re nov ate, new   8. re create, make23. re pel, drive   9. re cruit, grow24. re plen ish, full 10. re cur, run25. re pulse, drive 11. re flect, bend26. re sult, leap 12. re fresh, new27. re sume, take (up) 13. re hash, chop28. re surrect ion, rise 14. re im burse, purse29. re tain, hold 15. re ject, throw30. re tract, draw Use each of the above words in a sentence and illustrate its meaning, thus: A ball thrown against a brick wall will rebound (leap back). semi = half. 1. semicircle4. semilunar 2. semicolon5. semivowel 3. semidiameter6. semiweekly super = over, above, beyond. 1. super annu ate, year  6. su...

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