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" Parisius. nothing that belongs to it. The boys of the different schools vie with each other in verses ; or dispute on the principles of grammar, or the rules of preterites and supines. Others in epigrams, rhymes and verses, use the old freedom of the... "
Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire - Page 74
by Thoroton Society - 1915
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Educational Charters and Documents 598 to 1909

Arthur Francis Leach - 1911 - 650 pages
...Parisius. nothing that belongs to it. The boys of the different schools vie with each other in verses ; or dispute on the principles of grammar, or the rules...of Theon in audacious dithyrambics. The audience, ' ready for much laughter, wrinkle their noses as they redouble their shaking guffaws.' Games. Every...
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Great English Schools

Harold Tom Wilkins - 1925 - 328 pages
...rhymes, and verses use the old freedom, with Fescennine licence freely scourge their schoolfellows, and without mentioning names hurl abuse and fun at each...of Theon, in audacious dithyrambics. The audience ' ready for laughter, wrinkle their noses as they redouble their shaking guffaws.' " And, subsequently,...
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A History of Educational Thought

Percival Richard Cole - 1931 - 338 pages
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The Vulgaria of John Stanbridge and the Vulgaria of Robert Whittinton

John Stanbridge, Robert Whittington - 1932 - 236 pages
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History of the Renaissance: Education, learning, and thought

Emil Lucki - 1963 - 236 pages
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Educational Charters and Documents 598 to 1909

Arthur Francis Leach - 1979 - 648 pages
...Parisius. nothing that belongs to it. The boys of the different schools vie with each other in verses ; or dispute on the principles of grammar, or the rules...of Theon in audacious dithyrambics. The audience, ' ready for much laughter, wrinkle their noses as they redouble their shaking guffaws.' Games. Every...
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Early English Text Society: Original series, Issue 187

1932 - 236 pages
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