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Patrice Oneal and Louis CK share etymologies

Patrice is being a silly goose as usual so Lou straightens him out and gives him The Business RIP Patriki.

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Angels and the Children -- Etymologies and Endings, Natasha Lee

in the Beginning there were the Angels and the Children. and They had been there before so they knew what was to come. They line up, like good Children do re...

Jordan Maxwell on KPFK Part 6-Etymology of Religions Explains Economic Political Barbarism

Etymology of Religions Explicate Economic and Political Barbarism +++++++++++++++++++++++++ et·y·mol·o·gy (t-ml-j) n. pl. et·y·mol·o·gies 1. The origin and h...

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Etymologies of Rome

Description Etymologies of Rome Music: "Master of the Feast" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creat...

SlangSphere. A Comprehensive Slang Dictionary (well-reseached citations and etymologies)

This dictionary promises to be one of the most comprehensive books of its kind on slang from across the English speaking world. A new slang phenomenon in the...

Freemason etymologies

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A presentation of etymologies and the key role that they play in the English language.

The English language has incorporated more foreign words than any other language and as a result has the largest vocabulary of any language; over half a mill...

Freemason etymologies

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The New Indian Express

The New Indian Express
Thu, 05 Feb 2015 18:15:00 -0800

Okay, quiz time. Which European empire lasted the longest in India? I expect quite a few of you to get this wrong. No, it's not the Brits. Even accounting for the East India Company, they ruled us from 1612 to 1947. That's like 335 years. In contrast ...

Glendale News Press

Glendale News Press
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 13:33:45 -0800

Not only does the word “shall” reek of musty tomes and long-gone times, the issue itself is all about history: People used to use “shall” a lot, now they use “will,” and, as is always the case with word etymologies, the tug-of-war to decide top dog ...
 
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) (blog)
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 21:01:49 -0800

I hope students will continue to see standard dictionaries as invaluable resources for information about words' pronunciations, definitions, etymologies, and more—as fully authoritative, but in a very human way. And if some of you reading this realize ...

Yale News

Yale News
Mon, 09 Feb 2015 12:12:43 -0800

“His etymologies were terrible, but his definitions were superb,” said Robinson. “The editor of the OED later said that Webster was a genius in defining words. It was imitated in both America and England, and became a valuable contribution to the ...
 
The Week Magazine
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:13:15 -0700

Online dictionaries such as m-w.com and dictionary.com have etymologies: information on where the words come from. They get this information from scholars who have kept track of where the various forms of the words have been seen throughout historical ...
 
Financial Times
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 08:18:45 -0800

Sometimes she becomes almost too entangled in language, frequently defining her terms, tracing back etymologies and usage, but she's quick to pan out too. On Immunity is as political as it is personal — Biss rails against a capitalism that has made ...

USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 04:08:16 -0800

Our Classics graduate student/professor, for example, does a project where she has students create the etymologies of their own names and trace back all the places from which any contemporary name may have come across the linguistic and geographical ...

The Millions

The Millions
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 09:03:01 -0800

JC: I'm a formalist at heart, in the sense that I have always been fascinated by the material-historical properties of words — their sonic qualities, their viscosity, their etymologies — and the ways in which both traditional and open forms pattern ...
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