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Word of the Week #22:

Syndicate

As a kid, I was under the impression that this word is only applicable to big, bad organisations that did big, bad things… If you have read the previous post in this category, you would probably see to which organisations I am referring. 116 more words

Writer

Word of the Week: Creator

 

Good morning!

Norma Jean and I have returned from an amazing trip to Alaska. It’s been on our “bucket list” for a long time. And now it is a dream realized. 540 more words

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Word Of The Week: Debonaire [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

The Ed Lover Show brings you the Word of the Week! In honor of self-education, Ed Lover & Monie love bring you a new word every week, and then provide the definition and even a… semi-correct usage of it in a sentence! 80 more words

Ed Lover Show

WOW ~ Word of the Week ~ Hugotontheonbiquiffinarians

Not only have I picked the most unusual Word of the Week ever, it’s also a mystery (wrapped in a riddle inside an enigma, to misquote… 454 more words

Regency

Weeks 1-2: When Time is Fake

Breaking News: I Suck At Blogging.

I told myself I’d be good at this travel blog thing – blogging is like my thing, and so is writing, and so is traveling! 1,114 more words

Daily Update

When Darkness Rules

You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked – …

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August 22-26

Kitabu/Vitabu – Book/Books

Pronunciation: Kee-ta-boo or Vee-ta-boo

A conflagration of words spreading from one page to the next, sparked by vocabulary, syntax and literary genius, books, offer the  purest channel of expression for the human imagination, hold the key to delving into depths of history and possess today’s most valuable and sought-after treasure, knowledge. 276 more words

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