Words of the Week 22/2016
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien CBE FRSL (3 January 1892 – 2 September 1973), known professionally as J. R. R. 109 more words
I have no idea why I ended up not making this word one of my first features: I love trains and train trips: there’s something quite peaceful about the idea of being able to see the vistas without any cares (something you can’t do as a driver of a car, for obvious reasons), and I love the excitement and mystery of train stops: never knowing who might enter or leave at a given point, and where their lives are headed to and from that moment in time… 149 more words
If Chemistry was your Kryptonite in school, then beware of this post! It’s going to be full of it!
As I’ve discussed several times before, the changes between EP and BP are not all that many (at least at face-value, or in comparison with different languages), but they do add to a still substantial whole when you look at it with time (which is sort of my job here); I keep running into new words I’ve never heard about or remembering BP words that don’t exactly match our own, which is both exciting and daunting in equal measure (no wonder we don’t understand each other sometimes!). 616 more words
I’ve got some many words for you today! They are of course all related, being all products made out of bell peppers/capsicums. The differences between EP and BP in this matter are plentiful, so I’ll present you with each separately. 233 more words
Charlie Brown (created by Charles M. Schulz) is the central protagonist of the long-running comic strip Peanuts, syndicated in daily and Sunday newspapers in numerous countries all over the world. 92 more words