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1) § 19. geo-. 8. Word Formation. The American Heritage Book of English Usage. 1996
...The basic meaning of the prefix geo- is country or land. It comes from the Greek prefix geo-, from the Greek word ge, meaning earth in the sense of ground or land....

2) geo-. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...1. Earth: geocentric. 2. Geography: geopolitical. Greek geo-, from g, earth....

3) Act IV. Scene II. The Second Part of King Henry the Sixth. Craig, W.J., ed. 1914. The Oxford Shakespeare
...Blackheath. Enter GEORGE BEVIS and JOHN HOLLAND. Geo. Come, and get thee a sword, though made of a lath: they have been up these two days. John. They have the more...

4) Preface. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...Pygmalion needs, not a preface, but a sequel, which I have supplied in its due place. 1 The English have no respect for their language, and will not teach their children...

5) Act I. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...language of Shakespear and Milton and The Bible; and dont sit there crooning like a bilious pigeon. THE FLOWER GIRL [quite overwhelmed, and looking up at him in mingled...

6) Sequel. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...the vanity of Largelady Park and finished her. It exasperated her to think that the dungeon in which she had languished for so many unhappy years had been unlocked...

7) Act II. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...of a millionaire's income for a day would be somewhere about £60. It's handsome. By George, it's enormous! it's the biggest offer I ever had. LIZA [rising, terrified]...

8) Act III. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...fortunately: we want you to meet a friend of ours. HIGGINS [turning hopefully] Yes, by George! We want two or three people. Youll do as well as anybody else. The...

9) Act IV. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...Theyre hired. Will that satisfy you? [He turns on his heel and is about to go in extreme dudgeon]. LIZA [drinking in his emotion like nectar, and nagging him to provoke...

10) Act IV. Shaw, Bernard. 1916. Pygmalion
...THE PARLOR-MAID. Dustman! Oh no, sir: a gentleman. HIGGINS [springing up excitedly] By George, Pick, it's some relative of hers that shes gone to. Somebody we know...

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