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Discussion Topic  Who/whom shall/will should/would (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
Have all of these alternatives all but disappeared? I must confess I see ‘who’ and mentally correct......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Gilbert & Sullivan (in The Vocabulary Forum) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: use of the word "niggly" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: Lint (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: Lint (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: use of the word "niggly" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: use of the word "niggly" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
No, really? It's as stupid as the coinage of "herstory" in the belief that "history" was a male-dom......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Irony (in The Written Word) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: Irony (in The Written Word) by the_bear
Heh! In the UK (and, I believe in Canada) they ask why is US beer (yes, I know there is also good m......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Humorous lines (in Wordplay) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: Humorous lines (in Wordplay) by the_bear
I haven't got the legs for them, I'm afraid....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apostrophe again, sorry. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
Whilst we're on the subject, stones (14lb ones) and, possibly, by the same definition, pints of beer......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What does next mean? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
I've had this argument with my partner (albeit not seriously) since 1985, when we met, and I decided......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Quotations (in The Written Word) by the_bear
A Cockney neologism is to rabbit, which basically means to chatter incessantly. Although ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Epicaricacy (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  England, Great Britain and The United Kingdom (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
I know we in Europe tend to be lazy and call the USA America, when it in truth refers to the whole o......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Vocal (in Questions & Answers about Words) by the_bear
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Kalleh: Pardon the extreme ignorance, bear, but is Amsterdam British? QU......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What's in a Name -- Aptronyms (in Links for Linguaphiles) by the_bear
For many years there was a butcher in Truro called Mutton and an antique dealer in Plymouth called R......
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Discussion Topic  RE: License to play (in Potpourri) by the_bear
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Discussion Topic  RE: License to play (in Potpourri) by the_bear
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