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The-----king is the man who can.

A------11 may do what has by man been done.

T-----o climb steep hills requires slow pace at first.

The-----race by vigor, not by vaunts, is won.

He-----who follows two hares is sure to catch neither.

The-----dignity of truth is lost with much protesting.

Me-----n are but children of a larger growth.

La-----nguages are the pedigree of nations.

No------man is a hero to his valet.

Fo—-r loan oft loses both itself and friend.

E-----vil events from evil causes spring.

Who-----heeds not experience, trust him not.

A-----11 nature is but art.

Three-----may keep counsel, if two be away.

He-----must needs go whom the devil doth drive.

Who—— goeth a borrowing, goeth a sorrowing.

Whe------re the stream runneth smoothest, the water is


Whe-----re law ends, tyranny begins.

He-----11 is paved with good intentions.

I-----n lapidary inscriptions a man is not upon oath.

I-----1 matters not how a man dies, but how he lives.

A slight variant of the practice of protracting the
vowels must be mentioned. In some institutions the
pupils are required to intensify the vowels rather
than to lengthen them. In a few schools both
practices are combined. The consonants are reduced
or given normal force, according to the ideas of
the teacher. The following are typical exercises: