By Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit
Archie - #115 - December 1960
Mister inn desires to do away with an unpleasant vase, the answer inform Archie to not holiday it.
Li'l Jinx hurts herself and seeks aid from her Dad.
"Step by means of Step"
Learning French made easy.
"Matter over Mind"
Dating principles whereas out with Betty.
"Patch as Patch Can"
The annual "Patch" Hop will get a bit out of hand.
"Unsound of Music"
A stopover at by means of the varsity Superintendent doesn't move as planned.
"The Gangs all here"
Uninvited visitor within the Andres house-hold reason "mind-rotting" difficulties.
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Additional resources for Archie Comics 115 (December 1960)
And one of them, named Sheffield, a mercer, 'and they went on land to refresh themselves. And one of them, named Sheffield, a fabric-dealer,' cam in to an hows and axed [aksed] for mete, and specyally he axyd after eggys. came into a house and asked for meat, and especially he asked after eggs. ' And the goode wyf answerede. that she coude no frenshe. lind the good woman answered that she could no French. ' And the marchaunt was angry. for he also coude speke no frenshe. ' [NOTE: coude = 'was able to, knew (how to)'] but wolde haue hadde eggesl and she vnderstode hym not I but would have had eggs; and she understood him not.
The same change is seen in Proto-Gennanic *hulnis (from Proto-Indo-European *kolnis) > Old English hyll > Modem English hill 'hill', Old English myln > Modem English mill 'mill' (ultimately a loan in English from Vulgar Latin mulina 'mill'; compare French moulin and Spanish molina 'mill'). (2) In Finnish, an n assimilates totally to an I, r, or s in a preceding morpheme, as in kuul-nut > kuullut 'heard', pur-nut> purrut 'bitten', nous-nut> noussut 'risen' (-nut 'past participle'). 3 Partial contact regressive assimilation (1) Proto-Indo-European *swep-no- > Latin somnus 'sleep'.
Dissimilation is much rarer and is usually not regular (is sporadic), though dissimilation can be regular. Dissimilation often happens at a distance (is non-adjacent), though contact dissimilations are not uncommon. The following examples illustrate these various sorts of dissimilatory changes. (1) English dialects dissimilate the sequence of two nasals in the word chimney> chim(b)ley. (2) Instances of multiple occurrences of r within a word are often sporadically dissimilated in Romance languages; for example, sequences of Ir .
Archie Comics 115 (December 1960) by Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit