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High Five for Friday

Happy Friday, everyone!

1. I posted something OTHER than a Friday post this week! You can check it out here!

2. I had a fever yesterday, but it has cleared up this morning, which is great.   175 more words

Self

Shakespeare’s lament for Arsene Wenger as Richard II.

“For God’s sake, let us sit upon the ground

And tell sad stories of the death of kings:

How some have been depos’d, some slain in war,

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Shakespeare Marine for Bethel

Here is a Shakespeare Marine Ad for Bethel. This was built off the same design for The Electronic Journal to keep Ad consistency for this year.

Graphic Design

The best laid plans.

The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.

- To a Mouse,  by Robert Burns (paraphrased from the original Scottish text)

My Dad used to quote that line.   621 more words

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Friday False Friend 2: bashful

bashful (adjective) ‘sensitively modest, excessively self-conscious’

Bashful came into the language in its modern sense in the mid-16th century – a modification of an originally French word, … 169 more words

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Amphiboly and Amphibology

Amphiboly or Amphibology is a form of syntactic ambiguity. That is to say, it describes a linguistic situation in which a sentence may be interpreted in more than one way due to an ambiguous sentence structure. 231 more words

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