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nicht

(nɪxt)
n
a Scot word for night
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IT was well said of a certain German book that "er lasst sich nicht lesen" - it does not permit itself to be read.
Hortulus Animæ,' {*1} and perhaps it is but one of the great mercies of God that 'er lasst sich nicht lesen.
The worst heart of the world is a grosser book than the'Hortulus Animæ,' {*1} and perhaps it is but one of the great mercies of God that 'er lasst sich nicht lesen.
Der Ansicht kann ich nicht genug Preis geben,"* said one of them.
Oh, ja," said the other, "der Zweck ist nur den Feind zu schwachen, so kann man gewiss nicht den Verlust der Privat-Personen in Achtung nehmen.
Ach, Herr Carey, Sie mussen mir nicht du sagen--you mustn't talk to me in the second person singular.
They are, micht, nicht, lickt, weel, gane, ane, nane, stane, rowit, mirk, nocht, brocht, mair, sperit at, sair, hert.
Wenn haber man kann nicht meinem Rede Verstehen, so werde ich ihm sp:ater dasselbe :ubersetz, wenn er solche Dienst verlangen wollen haben werden sollen sein h:atte.
Die Aussicht auf dem K:onigsstuhl mehr gr:osser ist, aber geistlische sprechend nicht so scho"n, lob' Gott
Wir sind gewohnt das die Menschen verhoehnen was sie nicht verstehen.
We didn't do much clearin' that day, an' had to remain the nicht at anchor.
She used to try to sing certain songs ("Einsam bin ich nicht alleine," was one of them, that tender love-song of Weber's which in old-fashioned days, young ladies, and when you were scarcely born, showed that those who lived before you knew too how to love and to sing) certain songs, I say, to which the Major was partial; and as she warbled them in the twilight in the drawing-room, she would break off in the midst of the song, and walk into her neighbouring apartment, and there, no doubt, take refuge in the miniature of her husband.