The Hungarian scholar Hugo Meltzlde Lomnitz, who founded first journal of comparative literature, regards it as "slowly emerging discipline of the future" (Hans-Joachim 56); Charles Mills Gayley, the former chairman of the English Department at University of California-Berkeley holds that it is "more than a method and a new discipline" (Hans-Joachim 103); German scholar Louis Paul Betz, who compiled the first bibliography for comparative literature, views it as "new area of literary scholarship" (Hans-Joachim 137); and Hutcheson Macauly Posnett, who first used the phrase
"comparative literature" in the title of a book, calls it a "new science" (Hans-Joachim 187).
No double quotes are required around the phrase
, as the asterisk acts as a phrase
marker as well as truncation.
li shen xing dao must have been recognizable to any scholar in Imperial China as an allusion to one of the first sentences of the Canon of Filial Piety (Xiaojing [phrase
omitted]), another text attributed to Zengzi: "To establish oneself, practice the Way, and make one's name known to posterity in honor of one's parents is the ultimate goal of filial piety" [phrase
The Arabic rendition translates metaphorically back into the seductive and attractive phrase
tongues of flames.
It will also recommend similar phrases
for you to consider.
In comparing phrases
taken from books, similar problems emerged with line breaks and page breaks.
The words of a phrase
each lose a single letter to make another phrase
Certain words and phrases
catch on and become popular while others die out and wither away
The sentence The dog is barking consists of 2 phrases
: the noun phrase
The dog and the verb phrase
The TTAB began its explanation upholding the denial to reverse by admitting that advertising phrases
and slogans are not unregistrable per se.
Earn new phrases
while inviting new users to the phrased community.
Adults who listened to short Hungarian phrases
and then sang them back performed better than those who spoke the phrases
, researchers found.