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The Airmen Who Would Not Die by John G. Grant Fuller

The Airmen Who Would Not Die by John G. Fuller lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my… 342 more words

BookLovers Of Bath: The Shop!

Clark & Halloran, Oratorical Culture in Nineteenth-Century America: Transformations in the Theory and Practice of Rhetoric

Clark & Halloran: “Introduction: Transformations of Public Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America”

Early in the nineteenth century, college-level education in America was marked by the oratorical culture… 1,080 more words

The semantics of sleeping in railway stations

“I really, really like the work in Congress, I really do, but I love my family more. People may try to make it more than that, but it’s really that simple,” Chaffetz said on MSNBC. 2,271 more words

Corpus Linguistics & Lexicography

Growing MultiCultural Health Zones

In PermaCulture Design
we have orthodox healthy outcome trends
which we call polycultural development,
and we have decompositional unhealthy outcomes,
when life does not go as integrally planned, 346 more words

Are morals are the fabric of a society? If so, can the government legitimately legislate in line with the prevalent morals of a country.

The ongoing debate surrounding morals and their role in the foundations and the functioning our current legal systems is a debate that is at the core of many prevalent issues across the political spectrum. 2,759 more words

Ciaran Boyle Derry

OMG, unfriended. WTF?

Although millennials seem to think they invented text-speak, having no concept of communication such as telegram or morse code, you might be surprised to learn that some of the words associated with social media were in use much earlier than you might expect. 211 more words

Modern Age