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Bard
Peril
Perish
Derision
Conspired
Risk
Die
Scorn
Plotted
Peril
Risk
Perish
Die
13 terms
bards
Northern Cardinal Male
Northern Cardinal Female
Carolina Chickadee Male and Female
Dark-eyed Junco Male
https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/PHOTO/LARGE/dark_eyed_jun…
Northern Cardinal Male
Northern Cardinal Female
Bård
Shorts
Jeans
Blouse
Sweatshirt
Shorts
Jeans
Bluse
Collegegenser
Shorts
Shorts
Jeans
Jeans
26 terms
Chortling Bard
Fraught
Chicanery
Subjugate
Amoral
filled or laden
trickery or deception
to have under complete control
not looking at what is right or wrong
Fraught
filled or laden
Chicanery
trickery or deception
BARD Overview
Lavant 2... 1 year PP and TLR... 2 Year PP a…
In.PACT two year global data and the i…
Overcoming Lutonix objections
Lifestent Size offering ... Diameters... Len…
Year 1 PP 74% TLR 89%... Year 2 PP 59% TLR 83%... Global PP 91%... G…
Medtronic two year data ... PP 78.9% Vs 50.1% in regular PTA... Reg…
Im not saying mine is better but I'm definatly saying theres…
Diameters... 5,6,7... Lengths... 20-200... Sheath Sizes
Lavant 2... 1 year PP and TLR... 2 Year PP a…
Year 1 PP 74% TLR 89%... Year 2 PP 59% TLR 83%... Global PP 91%... G…
In.PACT two year global data and the i…
Medtronic two year data ... PP 78.9% Vs 50.1% in regular PTA... Reg…
10 terms
Words Bard
Lamentable
Despised
Disdainful
Jest
Sorrowful, sad
Hated
Proud
Joke
Lamentable
Sorrowful, sad
Despised
Hated
18 terms
The Immortal Bard
spirits
adjust
overhear
temporal transference
(n) ghosts; souls of dead people
(v) to move or change to make more comfortable
(v) accidentally hear what other people are saying without th…
(n) time travel
spirits
(n) ghosts; souls of dead people
adjust
(v) to move or change to make more comfortable
44 terms
Befriending the Bard
Antagonist
Audience
Bard
Character
A character or force against which another character struggle…
The people who come to watch the performance.
In medieval Britain a 'Bard' was a professional poet, paid by…
The imaginary person that the actor pretends to be.
Antagonist
A character or force against which another character struggle…
Audience
The people who come to watch the performance.
Chortling bard
interject
plethora
spar
enrapture
insert between other things
a large amount of time
to provide or make with spars
to move, delight beyond measure
interject
insert between other things
plethora
a large amount of time
17 terms
Chortling Bard
Calamitous
Inarticulate
Friar
Candid
Disastrous
Not clear
A member of religious order
Open, sincere
Calamitous
Disastrous
Inarticulate
Not clear
19 terms
chortling bard
minion
infamous
knavery
arrant
someone who works for someone else
having a bad reputation
trickery`
thorough
minion
someone who works for someone else
infamous
having a bad reputation
12 terms
Key bard
Upparcase
Characters
Key
Lowercase
עליון
תווים
מקש
תחתון
Upparcase
עליון
Characters
תווים
13 terms
chortling bard
badinage
pulchritudinous
portent
in cahoots with
humorous or witty conversation
a way to describe great physical beauty
a sign or warning that something is likely to happen
in conspiracy with
badinage
humorous or witty conversation
pulchritudinous
a way to describe great physical beauty
28 terms
Bard of Avon
bard
Avon
Stratford
London
poet
the river that Stratford is near
the town in England where Shakespeare was born; he later reti…
Shakespeare moved here to act, write plays and partner in the…
bard
poet
Avon
the river that Stratford is near
25 terms
Bard-bluff
Bard
Beguile
Belie
Benevolent
Poet
Miss lead or delude
Contradict
Generous,
Bard
Poet
Beguile
Miss lead or delude
chortling bard
fraught
chicanery
subjugate
amoral
filled with
the use of trickery to gain a political, social, or legal pur…
to bring under control
lacking a moral sense
fraught
filled with
chicanery
the use of trickery to gain a political, social, or legal pur…
15 terms
Bard Bit
Amorous
Feigned
Disdain
Bide
Loving
Faked
Dislike
To hold or wait
Amorous
Loving
Feigned
Faked
Chortling Bard #
interject
a plethora
spar
enrapture
to insert between things, to come between
overabundance, excess
engaging in an argument
to move to rapture; delight beyond measure
interject
to insert between things, to come between
a plethora
overabundance, excess
20 terms
bard-consonance
bard
bathos
belle lettres
bibliography
a poet; in olden times, performer who told heroic stories acc…
insincere or overdone sentimentality
french term for the world of books criticism and literature
a list of works cited or otherwise relevant to a particular s…
bard
a poet; in olden times, performer who told heroic stories acc…
bathos
insincere or overdone sentimentality
Chortling Bard
Minion
Infamous
Knavery
Arrant
Someone who is not powerful or important and who obeys the or…
Well-known for being bad
A mischievous act
Total
Minion
Someone who is not powerful or important and who obeys the or…
Infamous
Well-known for being bad
13 terms
Chortling Bard
badinage
pulchritudinous
portent
cahoots
humours or witty conversation
beautiful, comely
something that foreshadows a coming event
making secret plans together
badinage
humours or witty conversation
pulchritudinous
beautiful, comely
10 terms
Bard of Avon
artistic sensitivity
baptism
doubter
to encourage
å ha kreative følelser
dåp
en tviler/en skeptiker
å oppmuntre
artistic sensitivity
å ha kreative følelser
baptism
dåp
134 terms
Battle of the Bard
'But he that filches from me my good n…
'Keep up your bright swords, for the d…
Where is this from: 'Look to her, Moor…
'I will not charm my tongue; I am boun…
True
True
Othello
True
'But he that filches from me my good n…
True
'Keep up your bright swords, for the d…
True
16 terms
Prince and the Bard
prestigious
parentheses
apparition
edification
having a strong reputation for greatness.
symbols used in a sentence to set off words or phrases that i…
a supernal or otherworldly being.
teaching or instructing.
prestigious
having a strong reputation for greatness.
parentheses
symbols used in a sentence to set off words or phrases that i…
130 terms
Battle of the Bard
'Before we proceed any further, hear m…
In which play would you find Adrian?
In which play would you find "Nicanor,…
Who is a friend to Coriolanus?
Coriolanus
Coriolanus
Coriolanus
Menenius Agrippa
'Before we proceed any further, hear m…
Coriolanus
In which play would you find Adrian?
Coriolanus
19 terms
chort bard
minion
infamous
knavery
arrant
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minion
...
infamous
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chortling bard
interject
a plethora of
spar
enrapture
to interrupt to add information
a large or excessive amount
to argue with someone in a friendly way
to fill with delight
interject
to interrupt to add information
a plethora of
a large or excessive amount
Bard and Sachs
Theorists
Year
Main concept
Kind of input
Bard and Sachs
1977
Studied a boy called 'Jim' who was the son of two deaf parent…
Child's stimulus was not social.
Theorists
Bard and Sachs
Year
1977
41 terms
wasp the bard
provision
musings
navel-gazing
curriculum
voorziening
gedachten
navelstaren
lesprogramma
provision
voorziening
musings
gedachten
Myers for AP: LANGUAGE - Bard
Language
Phoneme
Morpheme
Grammar
spoken, written or signed words, and the ways we use them to…
(linguistics) the smallest distinctive unit of sound
smallest meaningful language unit
a system of linguistic rules that enables communication
Language
spoken, written or signed words, and the ways we use them to…
Phoneme
(linguistics) the smallest distinctive unit of sound
16 terms
chortling bard #11-20
Amorous
Feign
Disdain
Bide
in love with; enamored
to invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an excus…
to show strong disapproval; hatred
to keep somewhere or keep; wait
Amorous
in love with; enamored
Feign
to invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an excus…
19 terms
Chortling Bard 31-40
Minion
Infamous
Knavery
Arrant
A servant
Having an extremely bad reputation
Mischief and Trickster
Downright; thorough;notorious
Minion
A servant
Infamous
Having an extremely bad reputation
5 terms
Words from the Bard! (2)
Peril
Perish
Derision
Conspired
Risk, Hazard
Die, Corrupt
Scorn, Backhanded
Plotted
Peril
Risk, Hazard
Perish
Die, Corrupt
Words from Bard 1
Lamentable
Despised
Disdainful
Jest
Sorrowful, sad
Hated
Proud,scornful
Joke
Lamentable
Sorrowful, sad
Despised
Hated
5 terms
Words from the Bard!
Lamentable
Despised
Disdainful
Jest
Sorrowful, sad
Hated
Proud, scornful
Joke
Lamentable
Sorrowful, sad
Despised
Hated
17 terms
Chortling Bard 41-50
Shrew
Shrewd
Admonish
Nuptial
A woman of violent temper and speech; termagant
Having or showing sharp powers of judgement; astute. Keen and…
To caution, advise, or counsel against something
Of or relating to marriage or the marriage ceremony
Shrew
A woman of violent temper and speech; termagant
Shrewd
Having or showing sharp powers of judgement; astute. Keen and…
19 terms
Chortling Bard 31-40
minion
infamous
knavery
arrant
a follower or underlying of a powerful person, especially a s…
well known for some bad quality or deed
unprincipled, untrustworthy or dishonest; foolish or practica…
downright, thorough, notorious
minion
a follower or underlying of a powerful person, especially a s…
infamous
well known for some bad quality or deed
Word from Bard 2
Peril
Perish
Derision
Conspired
Risk
Die
Scorn
Plotted
Peril
Risk
Perish
Die
35 terms
Bard Bit 1-10
Fraught (adj)
Subjugate (v)
Setting
Chicanery (n)
Filled or charged with
Conquer; force to submit
Location and time period
Artful deception; trickery
Fraught (adj)
Filled or charged with
Subjugate (v)
Conquer; force to submit
22 terms
Bard Bit 11-20
Amorous
Feigned
Disdain
Allusion
Feeling or expressing love
To fake; pretend
Scornful; aloofness
Reference to the Bible, mythology, and literature
Amorous
Feeling or expressing love
Feigned
To fake; pretend
19 terms
Chortling Bard 61-70
imminent
dapper
besotted
beseeched
likely to occur at any time
neat, trim, smart, brisk
completely infaturated or obsessed; completely inspired with…
to implore urgently; to beg urgently for someone to listen
imminent
likely to occur at any time
dapper
neat, trim, smart, brisk
31 terms
Bard bit vocab 1
Fraught
Chicanery
Subjugate
Amoral
(Adj) filled or charged with
(Verb) artful deception, trickery
(V) to conquer, force to submit
(Adj) lacking moral judgment, unable to distinguish right fro…
Fraught
(Adj) filled or charged with
Chicanery
(Verb) artful deception, trickery
20 terms
Bard Bit #11-20
amorous (adj)
feigned (v)
disdain (n)
allusion
feeling or expressing love
to fake, pretend
scornful aloofness
reference to Bible, mythology, literature
amorous (adj)
feeling or expressing love
feigned (v)
to fake, pretend
5 terms
Word of the Bard 2
Peril
Perish
Derision
Conspired
Risk... a situation involving exposure to danger.... "flouting the…
Die ... stop living.... "she died of cancer"... pass away
Scorn ... the feeling or belief that someone or something is wor…
Plotted ... secretly make plans to carry out ... "the two men are s…
Peril
Risk... a situation involving exposure to danger.... "flouting the…
Perish
Die ... stop living.... "she died of cancer"... pass away
10 terms
Befriending the Bard 201
Elizabethan
Iambic Pentameter
Monologue
Soliloquy
Queen Elizabeth 1's era from 1558-1603. The Golden age of Eng…
The verse Shakespeare normally wrote in with 10 beats per lin…
A speech by a single character without another character's re…
A speech in a play that is meant to be heard by the audience…
Elizabethan
Queen Elizabeth 1's era from 1558-1603. The Golden age of Eng…
Iambic Pentameter
The verse Shakespeare normally wrote in with 10 beats per lin…
Chortling Bard #51-60
infamous
disseminate
singularity
perturb
well known for some bad quality or deed
spread or disperse
in a remarkable or noticeable way
make anxious or unsettled, bother
infamous
well known for some bad quality or deed
disseminate
spread or disperse
44 terms
Befriending the Bard Glossary
Antagonist
Audience
Bard
Character
A character or force against which another character struggle…
The people who come to watch the performance.
In medieval Britain a 'Bard' was a professional poet, paid by…
The imaginary person that the actor pretends to be.
Antagonist
A character or force against which another character struggle…
Audience
The people who come to watch the performance.
5 terms
Words from the bard 1
Lamentable
Despised
Disdainful
Jest
Sad, sorrowful... The death of the fish was lamentable. ... Pitiful
Hated ... The villian was despised.... Loathe
Proud, scornful... He was disdainful. ... Haughty
Joke... When he made people laugh they called him a jester... Witti…
Lamentable
Sad, sorrowful... The death of the fish was lamentable. ... Pitiful
Despised
Hated ... The villian was despised.... Loathe
11 terms
Chortling Bard 17-24
Mordacious
Repartee
Baiting
Retorted
(Adj.) Biting (as in wit or temperament)
(Noun) A quick, witty reply
(Noun) Taunting; teasing; luring
(Verb) Answered; responding in a sharp, angry or witty way
Mordacious
(Adj.) Biting (as in wit or temperament)
Repartee
(Noun) A quick, witty reply
16 terms
Chortling Bard #51-60
infamous
disseminate
singularity
perturb
well known for some bad quality or deed
spread or disperse
in a remarkable or noticeable way
make anxious or unsettled, bother
infamous
well known for some bad quality or deed
disseminate
spread or disperse
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