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Discussion Topic  RE: Old-fashioned Euphemisms (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
oh how interesting! that would make sense! must tell my ma... xx...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Old-fashioned Euphemisms (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
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Discussion Topic  neologisms by children (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
i love this! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words concerning Anti-Black Discrimination (in The Vocabulary Forum) by hepburn26
how interesting... I had heard of 'redlining' before, but only in reference to Jews......
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Discussion Topic  Has anyone read this book about language? (in The Written Word) by hepburn26
I've bought it but not read it yet! Looks interesting... ......
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Discussion Topic  rules of language... ;-) (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
(this was on another message board, uncredited) ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Follett: UK vs. US (in Questions & Answers about Words) by hepburn26
[/QUOTE] In French, "retroviseur" is rear-view mirror, so would a retroviseur cheval be one in which......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words with only one form (in Potpourri) by hepburn26
in the film 'ten things i hate about you', two girls are talking: -you know how you can be overwhel......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Catechresis (in Questions & Answers about Words) by hepburn26
I've always used blatant as a near-synonym for obvious... flagrant seems worse, for extreme cases- a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Follett: UK vs. US (in Questions & Answers about Words) by hepburn26
yes, tetchy means grumpy, a bit short (as in 'being short with someone', not height!) xx...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Follett: UK vs. US (in Questions & Answers about Words) by hepburn26
in the US, you say COT for 'camp bed', here it's normal to say camp bed... anorak is very common to......
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Discussion Topic  RE: neologisms by children (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
hoisonplays...i love it! i used to think it was 'a round of the plause' (applause) and called swing......
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Discussion Topic  neologisms by children (in Wordplay) by hepburn26
i love this! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by hepburn26
you must be quite the singer, I'm impressed! one day, Iolanthe... xx...
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by hepburn26
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by hepburn26
Sorry to be pedantic (but we all are here! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Has anyone read this book about language? (in The Written Word) by hepburn26
I will do...I might save it for my xmas treat (SUCH a word nerd!) LOL xxx...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Classics (in The Written Word) by hepburn26
[QUOTE]Originally posted by BobHale: Personally I find that I have a dickens of a time finishing any......
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Discussion Topic  Has anyone read this book about language? (in The Written Word) by hepburn26
I've bought it but not read it yet! Looks interesting... ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Summer reading (in The Written Word) by hepburn26
I loved the Jane Fonda book & want to read The Glass Castle..even though it's nearly winter LOL! 84 ......
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