Charles Dryden's translation of the seventh Satire of Juvenal, ver.
"Yes, it is ver' true, he always play bad," muttered the Pole.
This, however, is not expressly asserted in the narrative, but may be gathered from the term εφιμωθη (he was speechless) in ver.
Nor can we be certain who were those departed "leaders," "guides," of ver.
The only point of importance however is the position of ηδη: which is claimed for ver.
Are we not rather to regard the words as the beginning of ver.
But the repetition is feeble, and breaks up the structure of ver.
If we don' skin um, we goin' to mak' Sah-ha-lee Tyee ver' mad.
In short he prayed against declension from their first love, for look at his words in ver.
"You love her ver' moch," she said suddenly, pointing to Natalie.