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WOW March 3, 2015

So much for the discipline of writing… This blog is always in the back of my mind, but ideas are usually discarded as quickly as they crop up. 336 more words

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n. an early form of trombone used in Renaissance music.

Word Of The Week

Word #5

1. serendipitous

2. “It’s serendipitous. I’ve never seen anything like this. It’s really unbelievable.” (CNN A scientific tale of two dresses, p.1)

3. Adjective: 40 more words

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Word of the Week: Watch

Once there was a little boy, Ryan, who wanted a watch.

Day in and day out Ryan pestered his parents about getting him a watch. His parents put him off every way they could. 576 more words

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To cover with something which cannot be thrown off; to throw upon something so as to cover or bury it; to turn the open side of a vessel downward.