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By Philip J. Carter

Comprises over three hundred questions from the "Take the IQ problem" sequence, which were prepare to shape one ebook. The puzzles diversity from crosswords to observe video games, magic squares, anagrams, numbers, quotations, puzzles of the brain, diagrams, codes and ciphers.

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The influential members of this - informally constituted - school of thought never signed any manifesto, making it unfair for anyone to lump together their individual philosophies and sets of preferences. But certain informal agreements do stand out, in free variation with more personal tastes. Thus, Hermann Paul (1846-1921), a distinguished Munich professor of Germanics, in the end did consent to busy himself with applied lexicography; but particularly the early editions (1896-7,1908) of his superb Deutsches Worterbuch pay a minimum of attention to the provenance of entries, contrasting in this respect with Friedrich Kluge's earlier, but more frequently revised, Etymologisches Worterbuch der deutschen Sprache.

For a bird's-eye view of other introductory manuals (including those by Milka Ivic, Giulio C. Lepschy, Maurice Leroy - with a side-glance at Glanville Price's translation into English of his relevant book - and Bertil Malmbcrg, in addition to Thomas A. Sebeok's parallel Portraits of linguists: a bibliographic source book), see Yakov Malkiel and Margaret Langdon's review article, 'History and histories of linguistics', in Romance Philology, 22:4 (May 1969), 530-74. Some information on etymological analysis as part of an ensemble of operations is shed by general introductions to historical (diachronic) linguistics.

Auguste Brachet (1844—98), in retrospect, appears as a dynamic reformer of the teaching of grammar at secondary-school level, through his injection of historical perspectives. As a precocious younger man, he was, until c. 1875, also esteemed as a scholar. His easily assimilable Dictionnaire etymologique de la langue frangaise, prefaced by the classicist Emile Egger and launched in competition with a similarly superficial piece by the Belgian Auguste Scheler (1862), was even translated into English (1873), as had been previously his Grammaire historique de la langue frangaise (c.

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