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Eskimo, Eskimo, Eskimo, Eskimo, Eskimo, Eskimo!

President Obama has signed into law a measure that abolishes the terms Negro, American Indian, Eskimo, Oriental, Indians, Aleut and “Spanish speaking individual of Spanish descent” from use. 47 more words

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Foreign Words and Phrases you should know!

There are many foreign words, phrases and classical references used in current English. To cite some are:

  1. A cappella – without instrumental music
  2. A fortiori – with greater reason or more convincing force —used in drawing a conclusion that is inferred to be even more certain than another…
  3. 2,999 more words
Journalism

300 Smart Words for Journalists

Being in line with a work where choice of words matter, Journalists should know how to manipulate their way around constructing sentences. Smart words are not necessarily pre-requisites in efficient writing, but it would not hurt to have some in one’s pocket. 3,065 more words

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Baby Names fit for Prince Charming

Men have a desire to fight for a princess and a lover. Women have a desire to be loved, to be chased and sought after. Each of these are part of the very essence of who we are as males and females. 118 more words

broken.

Broken – singing about love, senses afire as your drunken self follows your heart into the unknown; for there is no remedy, there is no easy fix – there is nothing but hurt and hollowness. 52 more words

The ghost in my phone

I’ve just had an interesting conversation with a blogger friend about receiving messages, or tidings of some sort, from an unknown source, through coincidence, dreams, or tarot cards. 259 more words