e-Book Random Words epub downloadAuthor: Ivor Brown
Pages: 128 pages
Publisher: The Bodley Head Ltd; First Edition edition (September 2, 1971)
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by Ivor Brown
Ivor John Carnegie Brown (25 April 1891 – 22 April 1974) was a British journalist and man of letters.
Ivor John Carnegie Brown (25 April 1891 – 22 April 1974) was a British journalist and man of letters. Born in Penang, Malaya, Brown was the younger of two sons of Dr. William Carnegie Brown, a specialist in tropical diseases, and his wife Jean Carnegie. At an early age he was sent to Britain, where he attended Suffolk Hall preparatory school and Cheltenham College.
Ivor Brown's Book of words.
English political theory. Ivor Brown's Book of words.
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Book in the Word Anthology Series). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780370013541.
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How are the words Ivories and Olive-brown related? . Ivories and Olive-brown.
How are the words Ivories and Olive-brown related? Ivories and Olive-brown are synonymous, and they have mutual synonyms.
Published by o: The Bodley Head, Hardcover. From BOOKFELLOWS Fine Books, ABAA (Glendale, CA, . Association Member: ABAA. A beautiful, as-new copy! One of Brown's series of irresistible "Word Books"-produced as small, slender octavo volumes; this entry offers up tributes to the magic and mystery of individual words ranging from "Abhominable" to "Wood-wandering. Bookseller Inventory 3888200. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details.
Ivor Brown, in one of his delightful books on words, Random Words (1971), writes that Cuthbert had been an honored English name, but that somehow during the 1914-18 war it ceased to be a name and became an insult and was used of slackers who evaded military service. How many words do you know?
Old and Young: A Personal Summing up (1971). A Charm of Names (1972).
This article is about the journalist. For other people, see Ivor Brown (disambiguation). Ivor John Carnegie Brown. 1891-04-25)25 April 1891. Brown had a particular interest in Shakespeare, publishing several books about his life and career, and one on the poet's love life . Old and Young: A Personal Summing up (1971).
It was only here and there that one could see the ivory-brown colour of her skin: the rest was covered with dirt, like old bottles long lying in cellars. Classically, Satsuma is a light and porous earthenware covered with a cream-colored crackle glaze that offers ivory-brown tones.