Some articles on letter, letters:
... The most common letters in Icelandic are n and a ... The list below shows the letter frequencies for the more common letters in order of descending frequency ... Letter Frequency n 9.395% a 9.395% i 8.563% r 8.543% e 6.369% s 5.434% ð 5.013% t 4.872% u 4.766% g 4.299% l 3.891% m 3.365% k 3.115% f 2.582% h 2.266 ...
... See Bible Study Tools Library letter Y or Christian Classics Ethereal Library letter Y or Smith's Bible Dictionary letter Y or Easton's Bible Dictionary letter Y for ...
... Pfizer denied these claims, and subsequently produced an approval letter for testing from the Nigerian Ethics Committee ... that it was a fake and a panel of Nigerian medical experts agreed that the letter had been concocted and backdated by the company's lead researcher in Kano ... In 2007, Pfizer published a Statement of Defense letter ...
... d'Angleterre Richard Stukeley - Itinerarium Curiosum Jonathan Swift - A Letter to the Shop-keepers.. ... Drapier") - A Letter to Mr ... Upon a Paper Relating to Wood's Half-pence (as Drapier) - A Letter to the Whole People of Ireland (Drapier) - A Letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Molesworth (last of the Drapier letters ...
... Letter from an Unknown Woman (Brief einer Unbekannten) is a novella by Stefan Zweig ... Published in 1922, it tells the story of an author who, while reading a letter written by a woman he does not remember, gets glimpses into her life story ...
More definitions of "letter":
- (verb): Mark letters on or mark with letters.
- (verb): Set down or print with letters.
- (noun): Owner who lets another person use something (housing usually) for hire.
- (noun): A written message addressed to a person or organization.
Example: "Mailed an indignant letter to the editor"
- (noun): The conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech.
Synonyms: letter of the alphabet, alphabetic character
- (noun): A strictly literal interpretation (as distinct from the intention).
Example: "He followed instructions to the letter"; "he obeyed the letter of the law"
- (verb): Win an athletic letter.
Famous quotes containing the word letter:
“I prefer to make no new declarations [on southern policy beyond what was in the Letter of Acceptance]. But you may say, if you deem it advisable, that you know that I will stand by the friendly and encouraging words of that Letter, and by all that they imply. You cannot express that too strongly.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Shears: You mean, you intend to uphold the letter of the law, no matter what it costs?
Colonel Nicholson: Without law, Commander, there is no civilization.
Shears: Thats just my point. Here, there is no civilization.
Colonel Nicholson: Then perhaps we have the opportunity to introduce it.”
—Michael Wilson (19141978)
“You yourselves are our letter, written on our hearts, to be known and read by all; and you show that you are a letter of Christ, prepared by us, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts.”
—Bible: New Testament, 2 Corinthians 3:2-3.