Letters in the Wind could refer to:
- Letters in the Wind - a folk rock album by Will Massey
- Letters in the Wind (Israel) - an Israeli TV documentary from 2001
- Letters in the Wind (Namehay Bad) - an Iranian film from 2002
- Letters in the Wind (Italy)| - a critically acclaimed Albanian-Italian film from 2003
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- Letters to the Wind
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... and probably the brother of Suppiluliuma I, (Šuppiluliumaš of the letters), in the 382–letter correspondence called the Amarna letters ... The letters were mostly sent to the pharaoh of Egypt from 1350-1335 BC, but other internal letters, vassal-state letters, and epics, also word texts, are part of the letter corpus ... Zita's letter to the Egyptian pharaoh is addressed to someone at the Egyptian court ...
... The letters of Cicero are one of the most important sources on the history of the late Roman Republic and preserve features of colloquial Latin not always in ... The letters of Pliny the Younger likewise are studied as both examples of Latin prose with self-conscious literary qualities and sources for historical information ... produced three collections of verse epistles, composed in elegiac couplets the Heroides, letters written in the person of legendary women to their absent ...
... The recently published Letters of Rosa Luxemburg shed important light on Rosa Luxemburg’s life in Germany ... the Globe and Mail “The three decades covered by the 230 letters in this collection provide the context for her major contributions as a political activist, feminist and writer ... Gammel also notes that for Rosa, “the revolution was a way of life,” and yet that the letters also challenge the stereotype of “Red Rosa” as a ...
... Spelling is the writing of one or more words with letters and diacritics ... the term often, but not always, means an accepted standard spelling or the process of naming the letters ... the sounds of the language into alphabetic letters, but phonetic spellings are exceptions in many languages for various reasons ...
... follows the following format LL NNNN LL where "L" are letters of the Latin alphabet, and "N" and numbers from "0" to "9" (note that the first number is never a "0") ... The first single or double letters denote the area of registration ... This is then followed by one or two letters although they may be optional ...
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“They went to him and woke him up, shouting, Master, Master, we are perishing! And he woke up and rebuked the wind and the raging waves; they ceased, and there was a calm. He said to them, Where is your faith? They were afraid and amazed, and said to one another, Who then is this, that he commands even the winds and the water, and they obey him?”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 8:24-25.
“A man who publishes his letters becomes a nudistnothing shields him from the worlds gaze except his bare skin. A writer, writing away, can always fix himself up to make himself more presentable, but a man who has written a letter is stuck with it for all time.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)