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벌써 (beolsseo) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요? (Annyeonghaseyo?)

Today’s post will be relatively short. It’s a word that we probably say a lot in English and don’t even think about it when we say it. 88 more words

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Word Of The Day: Quench

Today’s word of the day is quench.
It is a verb that means to satisfy (one’s thirst, desires etc.).
Synonyms of it are slake, allay, and assuage. 121 more words

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The Difference Between 'Affect' and 'Effect' Is More Than Just An Alphabet

I love Reader’s Digest.

To date, one of my top three favorite birthday gifts is a recurring subscription to RD by my thoughtful sister.

RD is the only publication, that I can think of, which caters to a wide audience without ever losing its essence. 245 more words

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Word of the Day - Switcheroo

Today’s word is switcheroo.  This is a sudden change that is completely unexpected.

This made me think of the irony of this match-up. Little ol’ me and my big dog, Denim, and my tall neurologist and his little dog.

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PILLAR AND TRUMPET OF GOD

Morning

“Thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation.”
Psalm 91:9

The Israelites in the wilderness were continually exposed to change. 678 more words

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7. Switcheroo

Blackness surrounded the little farmhouse on the hill, velvety and thick as cream. Crescent moon and every star had tucked themselves under a blanket of deep pillowy cloud, so that one could not tell where the threatening sky ended and the ragged land began. 716 more words

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