A Coercion in sentence b Coercion in context



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Coercion in sentence



Formal

bncdoc.id ABR David Lee's classification W_misc bncdoc.author Cotter, Gerry bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title England versus West Indies. bncdoc.info England versus West Indies. Sample containing about 38778 words from a book (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Thus ran the argument . Instead , he was out first thing next morning for 110 and Gower declared at 300 for 9 , leaving West Indies to make 342 in four and a half hours and twenty overs . It was a perfectly good declaration , but before long (a)the older spectators were recalling Headingley 1948 , when Yardley set Australia over 400 to win and Morris and Bradman saw them home . Now the hero was Another version of the ritual dance at the fall of a wicket . her Milton Small and friends celebrate Gower 's exit at Lord 's in 1984 . Ian Botham 's 4,000 Test run came with this boundary off Marshall at Lord 's in 1984 .

bncdoc.id B0R David Lee's classification W_biography bncdoc.author Mayberry, Tom bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West Country. bncdoc.info Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West Country. Sample containing about 34186 words from a book (domain: arts) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

In the evening John Reeks , the drunken rector of Aisholt , called at Marshmills to join the chorus of indignation , having met Tom Poole 's visitors back at Stowey . There , it seems , the talk had become surpassingly outrageous , and by the time the brief visit came to an end , it was assured of its place in the folklore of the Poole family : John Poole was still(t) recalling it half a century later . The inhabitants of Stowey for their part were already passing judgement as Coleridge , Southey and Henry Poole set off on the road back to Shurton . The Revd John Poole ( 1771-1858 ) , Tom Poole 's cousin and boyhood friend In a West Country summer whose consequences were to stay with Coleridge for the rest of his life the most significant event was yet to come .

bncdoc.id K5A David Lee's classification W_newsp_other_social bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title The Scotsman: Leisure pages. bncdoc.info The Scotsman: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 146882 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Verily , the game has moved on from the days when Bobby Locke could , for instance , win seven tournaments in his baptismal year on the US circuit , and four Open Championships on this side of the Atlantic , and yet virtually never feel the need to depart from his habitual draw . Once , when play had been suspended(a) at Little Aston because of rain , Norman Sutton , that fine striker with the double-handed grip , was recalling a tournament in which the wind was blowing hard from right to left across the eighteenth . At long off , to borrow from cricket parlance , there was a stately tree which , to a man , Locke 's rivals considered would force the ` Old Knickerbocker Man ' to forego his familiar shape of shot .

Informal

bncdoc.id ARK David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Forbes, Colin bncdoc.date 1990 bncdoc.title Shockwave. bncdoc.info Shockwave. Sample containing about 28662 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Howard , still in a state of shock , stared at Newman . The foreign correspondent was in his early forties , well--built , of medium height and with light brown hair verging on sandy-coloured . Even at that hour he had an alert look , as aura of controlled energy . The normally droll smile was absent . ` We 've no idea of her identity , ' Howard replied . ` They 've torn the place to pieces and could n't even find a handbag . Of course now (a)they 're recalling the fact that Tweed 's wife left him several years ago for a Greek shipping magnate , that he has n't had a lot to do with women since … ' ` He likes girls , ' Newman interjected sharply . ` He 's been on the edge of having an affair more than once .

bncdoc.id G3G David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Hill, Douglas bncdoc.date 1989 bncdoc.title The Fraxilly fracas. bncdoc.info The Fraxilly fracas. Sample containing about 40291 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

And I had trouble recognizing him . The tentacles the skin -- with its patchiness that spoke of increasing age -- were clear giveaway . But so , most of all , was the faint trickle of what looked like black smoke or mist from his slit-mouth . It was a protective capability , I 'd heard -- a black mist that could suddenly be blown out in a huge , binding cloud . But I was n't recalling the data so clearly at that moment (a). I was simply staring . Because the tentacled exter was a living legend -- of crime -- as he had been for longer than I 'd been alive . Ten-huc , known as Blackheath , the cruel and ruthless pirate chieftain from the Alkaline Asteroids .

Coercion in context

Formal

bncdoc.id A6B David Lee's classification W_ac_humanities_arts bncdoc.author Crawford, Robert bncdoc.date 1990 bncdoc.title The savage and the city in the work of T S Eliot. bncdoc.info The savage and the city in the work of T S Eliot. Sample containing about 50030 words from a book (domain: arts) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Nevertheless , in the early twenties (a) Eliot 's mind was clearly full of not only ` Frazer … Durkheim … Lévy-Bruhl ' , but also of folklorists and anthropologists such as Sir E. B. Tylor , Robertson Smith , Miss Harrison , Miss Weston , A. B. Cook , F. M. Cornford , le Dr. Rendel Harris , Hartland , Elliot Smith , Gilbert Murray , et d'autres encore , -- pour ne rien dire d'observateurs tels que Codrington , Spencer et Gillan [ sic ] Hewett , [ sic ] qui ont étudié les races primitives aux quatre coins de l'Empire . ' Eliot 's spelling of ` Gillen ' and his misremembering of Howitt 's surname show that he was recalling material from his past . In ` The Hollow Men ' and Sweeney Agonistes we see that such material had not lain gathering dust . It had germinated . ` The Perfect Critic ' ( 1920 ) discusses Arnold in the context of English criticism as dead or dying .
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