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Just Google It: A Short History of a Newfound Verb

(Source: www.wired.com)

A brand reaches its apotheosis when it slips into the vernacular as a generic noun—Band-Aid, Kleenex, even Dumpster. Anyone else’s dad still say “Dempster Dumpster,” for the brothers who patented it in 1939, and alas, aren’t around now to copyright Dempster Dumpster Fire? 712 more words

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Suffix creating nouns for business places from verbs

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Verb's Top 5 Hype Men: Flavor Flav

“So obviously Flavor Flav is the diamond standard” — Verb in HYPE MAN, p. 84

The first well-known hype man that Verb name drops in the play is Flavor Flav, a founding member of the group…

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Trust and Power

BY THE REV. CORY L. KEMP |

We talk about living our faith on a regular basis. What does that look like to you? Asking myself what living my faith looks like brought me to the following, familiar passage: 735 more words

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v. to bewitch

As a child, I grew up mostly fearless of the things that children are normally scared of. For example,  I wasn’t afraid of the dark, or spiders, or even the dentist!

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Descriptions

This blog post will be about describing yourself and others. When describing the characteristics of you physically and creativity, you will have to use the verb “ser”. 184 more words

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Parts of Speech in English Language with Examples

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Here you will know abou this Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, Interjection and their Examples, Noun, Preposition, Pronoun, Verb

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