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Petticoats and Georgette Heyer; our word of the week - Cotillion.

The word Cottilion first came into usage in France in the eighteenth century and was a dance comprising four couples in a square-shaped formation; it was the forerunner of the… 415 more words

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Words of the Week 03/2015 - Bruce Lee

Words of the Week 03/2015

Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee (born Lee Jun-fan; November 27th 1940 – July 20th 1973) was a Hong Kong American martial artist, Hong Kong action film actor, martial arts instructor, philosopher, filmmaker, and the founder of Jeet Kune Do. 59 more words

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VOCABULARY!!!

Words of the Week!

PERIAPT

periapt, n.
[‘ Something worn as a charm against illness, misfortune, etc.; an amulet.’]

“The white gold is not simply some arcane talisman or periapt.” 40 more words

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Word Study

Just a reminder that our very first word study/spelling test is this Friday, January 23rd. The words are all from the “at” word family. We are also learning the last five words from Word Wall #2. 16 more words

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Gore Vidal and Palimpsest - our word of the week.

In 1995, the American writer and political commentator and essayist Gore Vidal ¹ broke his own declared vow never to write a memoir. Palimpsest –  237 more words

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Words of the Week

1. Hog > hawg

2. Dime > dyme

3. Corn > coren

4. Ugly > ugley

5. Genre > jaunrah

Words Of The Week

Words of the Week 02/2015 - Eminem

Words of the Week 02/2015

Eminem

Marshall Bruce Mathers III (born October 17, 1972), best known by his stage name Eminem, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and actor. 142 more words

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