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Discussion Topic  Sally garden. (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
This term appears to be Irish in origin, but googling doesn't seem to be helpful, as there are numer......
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Discussion Topic  RE: The World's Funniest Joke - II (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
Arnie, could you please explain for us mere mortals?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Kalleh, I applaud your restraint. I couldn't have written a limerick that rhymed twice with limeric......
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Discussion Topic  Black Mariah (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I've heard this term in a couple on contexts, and was wondering if anyone knows the etymology. I kn......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Good stuff, all around. The baseball one is a bit dry, but I like baseball, so it is memorable....
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Discussion Topic  RE: The World's Funniest Joke - II (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
Once I finally grasped the Camus joke, I tend to think that Bill Murray's character didn't really en......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
If that limerick doesn't perfectly define the word "meter", then I don't know what does. Is there a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Marine vs. Maritime (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
You're right Erik, the Marine Corps and Royal Marines poke a hole in my theory. In general, I wou......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Marine vs. Maritime (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
We have the lake, and I've been sailing quite a few times. But of course I meant my "linguistic exp......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Marine vs. Maritime (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
From my experience, marine is used to describe wildlife, and maritime is used to describe shipping....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Anthropos apteros (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
It is a quite excellent piece of poetry....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apostrophe again, sorry. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Grammar Police as Editors (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Well it is certainly not grammatically correct, but I do believe it is idiomatic, which means it is ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "Fantastical" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I wondered how many time Shakespeare used "wench". Somehow I doubt I'll be greeted kindly when sayi......
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Discussion Topic  Schadenfreude joke (in Potpourri) by Seanahan
On the Colbert Report(the Daily Show spin-off), there was a joke that many here would appreciate, al......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "Fantastical" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Wow, I didn't even know that fantastical was a word. It sounds like a made up word, kind of like my......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bucket vs. Pail (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Of course, Jack and Jill fetched a "pail of water"....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bucket vs. Pail (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I don't distinguish between them in speech, although bucket is far more prevalent....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words concerning Anti-Black Discrimination (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
There were quite a few Sundown Towns in Illinois, in the area away from Chicago....
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Discussion Topic  RE: The Dominant Animals: Insects (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
What is the etymology of the weird bd?...
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