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Discussion Topic  RE: Absolutely nothing to do with language (in Potpourri) by Richard English
I confess I didn't even look for it, so distracting did I find the eyes themselves....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Absolutely nothing to do with language (in Potpourri) by Richard English
I stopped watching it very quickly, not because of the illusions - I didn't even get to see them - b......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Children's Book Awards (in The Written Word) by Richard English
Like so many of these kinds of quizzes, there are times when a yes or no reply isn't appropriate. Fo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: The Vulgar Tongue (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: The two crack test (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: THREADS (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
When I started work in London it was very much the norm for clerical workers to wear stiff detachabl......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Wordcraft Saturday Chat (in Community) by Richard English
I will see what I can do....
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by Richard English
Just one of many differences. What we call fizzy drinks (or more commonly soft drinks) you call so......
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Discussion Topic  RE: THREADS (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Action words: verbs (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Richard English
It's common enough here - though it would usually be spelt with an "ise" ending....
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: THREADS (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
Being Wikipedia it is, as one would expect, slightly American in style. The soft-fronted dicky is ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Birthdays (2) (in Community) by Richard English
What's wrong with a drink before noon? Even breakfast may not be too soon! A glass of Buck's Fizz Is......
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Discussion Topic  RE: THREADS (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
A dicky (or dickie) would probably be worn with evening dress (white tie) whereas a soft shirt would......
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Discussion Topic  RE: THREADS (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
Spats were very popular with the more affluent youth in the 1920s. See P G Wodehouse's Young men in ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Wikipedia in the news (in Potpourri) by Richard English
So true, Bob. Or as I have put in in the past, if you sit on the fence then you can be shot at by bo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Double-Dactyl Words (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Richard English
And a warm welcome from me, too. Of course, being a limerick enthusiast, I think limericks are FAR......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Modern coinages (in Potpourri) by Richard English
As I recall, "Yuppie" was an acronym coined from "Young Upwardly-mobile Professional" Thus "yuppie ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Children's Book Awards (in The Written Word) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: cheemaun (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
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