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    wepress.org Chris Funkhouser: Three for Obama (2008)

    Babushka Macaronies: Animation, election night photos of Obama, poetry, and multimedia engineering by Chris Funkhouser. Anagrams generated by the Internet Anagram Server ( http://www.wordsmith.org ); soundtrack parti(c)ally derived from Andrew Klobucar's "Appreciation" (in TRICKHOUSE 3, http://ww... Read article

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    It’s also called “the royal we” owing to its frequent use by royalty. Mark Twain once said, “Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial ‘we’.” -Anu Garg (words at wordsmith.org ) Pure D. Wrong: I rear-ended a car this morning. So there we are al... Read article

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    semicolonblog.com Wednesday’s Word of the Week: Defenestrate | Semicolon

    The men landed on a dung heap and survived. The Defenestration of Prague was a prelude to the Thirty Years’ War.” The quotation is from Anu Garg’s site, Wordsmith.org or A.Word.a.Day. Can you think of any other famous defenestrations, either historical or fictional, because I’m blank? Brown Bear ... Read article

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    14 May 09: From A Word A Day, a curious fact: the past participle of “go”, “went”, belonged first to “wend”, as in “to wend your way”. http://wordsmith.org 15 May 09: Via Slashdot, a scary backup practices reminder: 13 years of irreplaceable data, AND backup, wiped out at a stroke. http://it.slas... Read article

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    Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet. Read article

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    redstate.com Daily Links – February 17, 2012 | RedState

    Prepared by the Republican Study Committee, it depicts the percentage of Americans in the labor force from January 2005 (commonly known as the ‘good old days’ through January 2012.” Today’s Word of the Day comes from Wordsmith.org . Apollonian (ap-uh-LOH-nee-uhn): adjective Serene; harmonious; di... Read article

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    writersbeat.com The How Many Words - WritersBeat.com

    You currently have 0 posts. fishstic __________________ There are stories all around, all you have to do is find one and write. . To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. if you want to reveal your stories from the shadow of your com... Read article

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    The Greek word dysthymia means “bad state of mind” or “ill humor." Isn't it funny how the words you need--are the ones that appear? JULIA SPENCER-FLEMING: I'm going to have to subscribe to Wordsmith.org! One of my favorite words is defenestration, meaning to toss a person out of the window. I've ... Read article

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    Though it would be stretching the definition of book by the present standard -- it had a wooden paddle with a handle that held a paper with learning material protected by the transparent layer of a cow's horn.] See pictures of hornbooks here By the way, WordSmith.org is also the home of the Inter... Read article

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    {{Throughout most of history, governments -- usually monarchies headed by kings, emperors, pharaohs, and other major or minor tyrants -- actually owned everything under their rule, including, believe it or not, the people. In those regimes the population was considered to be subjects, not citizen... Read article

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    theanna.org Welcome to alt.anagrams

    They can be funny, rude, satirical, or flattering. People sometimes confuse palindromes and acronyms with anagrams. Palindromes are words or phrases that are spelt the same forwards and backwards (e.g., 'A man, a plan, a canal, Panama!'). Palindromists have their own newsgroup, called - appropria... Read article

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