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By Mark Twain

ISBN-10: 0497261448

ISBN-13: 9780497261443

ISBN-10: 1423778812

ISBN-13: 9781423778813

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Peck: picotazo. powder: polvos, polvo, empolvar, pólvora, el polvo. preparations: preparativos. proclamation: proclamación, declaración. ruinous: ruinoso. shunned: rehuido. sly: furtivo, astuto. spreading: esparcimiento. stowed: estibado. superintended: dirigido, vigilado, supervisado. thirteenth: decimotercero. trumpet: trompeta, trombón. 46 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court fourteenth I thought best to warn the people, through the heralds, to keep clear away--a quarter of a mile away.

I think I never heard so many old played-out jokes strung together in my life. He was worse than the minstrels, worse than the clown in the circus. It seemed peculiarly sad Spanish battering: cañoneo. beautifully: bellamente, hermosamente. bellowing: bramar. breed: raza, casta, criar. chairs: las sillas. chaos: caos. clown: payaso, el payaso. crashing: chocar. deafening: ensordecedor, ensordeciendo. din: ruido, fragor. ecstasy: éxtasis. flowed: fluido. frenzy: frenesí. fright: espanto, susto, miedo, angustia, terror.

Whisper: cuchichear, cuchicheo, susurrar, susurro, murmurar. Mark Twain 31 "Merlin, in his malice, has woven a spell about this dungeon, and there bides not the man in these kingdoms that would be desperate enough to essay to cross its lines with you! Now God pity me, I have told it! " I laughed the only really refreshing laugh I had had for some time; and shouted: "Merlin has wrought a spell! Merlin, forsooth! That cheap old humbug, that maundering old ass? Bosh, pure bosh, the silliest bosh in the world!

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