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Unusual Terms in Family History

The link below is to an article that looks at a number of unusual terms you may come across in family history.

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Fangled is the Shakespearean Word of the Day (10/23/14)

Fangled (adj.)

Fangled means drifting, meandering, wandering. It was sited in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra (AC I.iv.45  This common body, / Like to a vagabond flag upon the stream.) 13 more words

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Chapters and Scenes

Notes from Saturday – October 18 Focus Topic

Chapter and Scene

Scene

Scenes are connected moments. Scenes occur when a character interacts with the environment, other characters, or their own internal struggle. 252 more words

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Evince

evince–verb: prove; display clearly; provoke.

The man’s grimy hands evinced me he was a capable mechanic.

The toddler’s talent evinced itself as crayon on the nursery walls. 12 more words

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Helpmeet

helpmeet–noun: helpmate: wife.

She had proven herself an industrious helpmeet, keeping their house in order.

The man later understood his helpmate provided the cornerstone of their marriage.

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Vagabon is the Shakespearean Word of the Day (10/22/14)

Vagabon (adj.)

Vagabon means drifting, meandering, wandering. It was sited in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra (AC I.iv.45  This common body, / Like to a vagabond flag upon the stream.) 8 more words

William Shakespeare

Defining Your Reality

Here’s a powerful technique you can use to define your reality. I just used it to achieve some peace and quiet from the upstairs neighbors. I said, “In my reality, there’s only peace, quiet, and harmony.” Lo and behold, the neighbors (who had visitors over) left almost immediately after that. 487 more words

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