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THE GOOD SAMARITAN. A Parable.
A certain lawyer said unto Jesus, Who is my neighbor?
And Jesus, answering, said, A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves.
And they stripped him of his clothes, and departed, leaving him half dead.
And by chance a certain priest came down that way: and when he saw him he passed by on the other side.
And also a Levite, when he was at the place, came and looked on him, and passed by on the other side,
But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed came where he was, and when he saw him he had compassion on him;
And went to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care of him.
And on the morrow, when he departed, he took out money and gave unto the host, and said unto him, Take care of him;
And whatsoever thou spendest more, when I come again I will repay thee.
Which now of these three, thinkest thou, was neighbor to him who fell among thieves?
And the lawyer said, He that showed mercy on him.
Then said Jesus unto him, Go, and do thou likewise.
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TABLE 16.—XVI. Words of three syllables, the full accent on the first
and the half accent on the third. Di' a phragm live' li hood scru'
lous du ra ble
lu bri cate se ri ous di a logue а lu cra tive
spu ri ous aid de camp lu di crous su i cide
lu min ous suit a ble fa vor ite night in gale va ri ous
nu mer ous u ni form
o di ous fu gi tive pre
o pi um fea si ble glo ri ous pleu ri sy
pi ous ly he ro ism qui et ude
po et ess ju bi lee
rheu ma tism po per y
pre mi um
eu lo gy
u su ry
pa gan ism
pe ri od
ju ve nile
cât a logue
graph' ic al
par a phrase
rap tur ous con sul ship rhap so dy
par ri cide
bev' er age
ep au lette
dés' pe rate gên' er ous blun der buss des ti tute
man cel e brate dem a gogue gen u ine crit i cism
hem i sphere cim e ter ep i logue
hes i tate court e sy
el o quence hur ri cane cul ti vate el e vate
hyp o crite dec a logue em pha sis
im mi nent dec o rate em u laus
im pi ous ded i cate en ter prize in fa mous def in ite en vi ous ep i cure
in sti tute dem on strate es ti mate in ti mate der o gate ex cel lence jeal ous y des o late feb ri fuge jeop ar dy des po
tism fiuc tu ate
in sti gate
del e gate
jes sa mine
sub ju gate
sim i le
med' i cine rec' ti tude stip u late med i tate rel a tive stren u ous mis chiev ous ren o vate met a phor re quis ite
sub se quent musk mel on ren dez vous sub sti tute nour ish ment rep ro bate syn a gogue
a ped a gogue res i dence per quis ite res i due
syn co pe phys ic al
ret i nue sur ro gate plen i tude
rev er ence syc o phant pres byt er rev er end
syl lo gism rhet or ic pris on er sens i ble
tim o rous priv i lege sep a rate
treach er ous ser a phim trip li cate
pres i dent
tel e scope
quer u lous
cor di al
feb ri fuge her mit age
cit' i zen år
fråud u lent ev ér green
ar ma ment
cor po ral
for feit ure hin der ance bar ba rous for ti tude em i grant car di nal
for tu nate ep i taph car pen ter
laud a ble rev e nue
plau si ble suf fo cate
por phy ry tem per ance mar gin al
al der man ut ter ancc par ti san
al ma nac res o lute phar ma cy
or ches tra res i due
par lia ment or di nạnce rid i cule ar bi ter
fal si fy ar ti cle
for feit ure tine
tor pi tude
guar di an
lar ce ny.
rec i pe tur pen
har mo ny
cal um ny
åb' sti nent
côn' flu ent am i ty
bat tle ment con se quent am nes ty
cor o ner an ces tor can cer ous daf fo dil ban ish ment can ti cle fab u list bar o net car ri on glan du lous bar ri er cav i ty
mon o dy bar ris ter cham pi on
fab u lous prod i gy ob e lisk
stag nan cy prom i nent
strat a gem prop er ty mon u ment. sal a ry pros per ous pan o ply sal va ble proy en der
par o dy scan dal ous prov i dent pop u lous
tam a rind prop er ly pros o dy trac ta ble
op u lent
per son age
cir cum stance poig nan cy vir tu ous cir cum spect roy al ty ser vi tude com pa ny
ou ter min ate come li ness
coun sel lor fir ma ment
gov ern or coun ter feit mer ci ful
gov ern ess coun te nance cír cu lar
oi boun ti ful
SALT. The salt which we eat with our meat is found almost every where. The water of the great ocean contains salt. People collect a great quantity of water, and place it so that the water evaporates and leaves the salt.
A child could make salt in this way. Take some salt water in a saucer, set it in the sun; the water will dry up in time, and leave little particles of salt sticking about the saucer.
Some countries are very far from the 'sea, but in these countries, there are minés of salt.
God knew that salt would preserve many things which men would want to keep, and that it would make their food taste agreeably; so he has given it to all parts of our world, that men might have it every where. Coffee is the seed of a plant.
Good coffee comes from Arabia, and from the West India Islands.
Tea is the leaves of a plant. Molasses and sugar are made from the juice of the sugar cane. Sugar cane is a kind of grass; it has stalks much larger and taller