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Stefano Jossa May 30
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Una McGahern 9 Dec 13
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French Culture Books 4 Nov 17
moderated by starting in a few minutes!
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Gloria Brame Aug 7
Ever wonder who invented the motto (Safe Sane Consensual)? Wonder no more: we just added the history of SSC to BED - Brame's Educator Directory
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Pietra Palazzolo 30 Apr 18
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Paul Lehmann 25 Aug 18
Mon mot français préféré du jour: sulfureaux/sulfureuse. My french word of the day: sulfurous (adj). When pertaining to a person it means, roughly: spiteful, scheming, vituperative and generally marked by profanity and bitterness.
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Zakia Carpenter-Hall 22 Apr 13
"Why is Boston 'terrorism' but not Aurora, Sandy Hook, Tucson and Columbine?"
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O'Brian 13 Apr 16
Which brings me to the story about I was reading about over the weekend
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Millicent Bystander 1 Dec 11
Replying to @bobearth
the republican movement would not like that. verbal sticky tape to the queen.
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Philip Seargeant 14 Sep 18
Another (in this case extreme) example of the way that regulating the meaning of words is used as a way of regulating people's lives
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French Culture Books 3 Nov 17
And that concludes Day 3 of ! Tune back in tomorrow at 5 pm for
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nicole senerman 15 Jan 12
right is wrong, left is right. exacto!
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Nothando Migogo 11 Jul 13
now on Books in mother tongues please. What's happening is a state of emergency.
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Stephanie K. Merrill 21 Jul 18
When I say urinate in polite company, people nod in approval, but no nodding in approval for that Germanic word piss.
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French Culture Books 4 Nov 17
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O'Brian 13 Apr 16
It's fine to respect the rules of grammar & language;but u need to also work on changing yo relationship with English
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Karen Anne Bloem 9 Jan 14
I excelled at the political subdivision of Afrikaans & Nederlands at uni 98% for my final exam
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Pragmatic Christian 14 Dec 18
Why are analytic philosophers, who take language so damn seriously, such terribly muddied writers? Every one of them would make George Orwell turn in his grave.
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Danielle Gehrmann 17 Sep 18
That’s why a linguist's work is justified to separate the facts from the “messiness." RT via
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I’m TIRED. 18 Jun 15
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