Tag Archives: Word Play

Hold My Beer and Farewell Best Beloved

History in the making. Continue reading

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Foot / Shape

Today the foot. Tomorrow the world. Continue reading

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The Answer

Audrey Hepburn and Bruce Lee. Continue reading

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Long, Longer, Longest

Another way to look at place names. Continue reading

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What’s in a Place Name?

Genesis 2:20 – “The man gave names to all the livestock, and to the birds of the sky, and to every animal of the field….” I think we’ve exceeded the initial scope of work. Continue reading

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Look Again

Three bridges and a snowy egret along a body of water. And a fine point of grammar, specified if not clarified. Continue reading

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Sprezzatura

Language fun. Yes, really. Continue reading

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Whom dat?

Who dat who say or write whom? Continue reading

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Heater Face: Office-Alone Variant

As I wait for inexplicably late printing (because COVID, I presume), I see a heater face way behind the counter to join the one in the banner. This one evokes the Home Alone face, which makes me wonder . . … Continue reading

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