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Re: Fragmentary sentence in the NY... (haberdasher)
|The Written Word|
Thoughts and comments on poetry, lyrics and literature.
Well, duhhhhh... (Geoff)
Miscellany: a combination of incongruous things; a miscellaneous anthology or collection.
Re: What is a “person” under the l... (BobHale)
|The Vocabulary Forum|
The Word of the Day, for your enjoyment and discussion.
Re: From a story Story Set on Dece... (bethree5)
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Off line (Geoff)
Sapir-Whorf: Other languages have words for concepts unfamiliar in English, or which English cannot express succinctly.
Wit? Puns? Light ramblings?
Re: next limerick target: PERTH (BobHale)
Re: Bluffing game: Wherry (Geoff)
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