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“In the event, a user might well be confused about seeing the label Vulgar applied to four-letter words, when its definitions seem to indicate that it means (merely) "in bad taste.”
“I do object, however, to the label Vulgar given to such entries.”
“Some one called her Vulgar, she is so ordinary and pretentious, and would make Rossini's home and salon very commonplace if it were not that the master glorified all by his presence.”
““The point is that the vast heap of simplifications we would call Vulgar Latin were not carried into Ecclesiastical Latin but instead into the Romance languages...””
“You write about what “we would call Vulgar Latin”.”
“The point is that the vast heap of simplifications we would call Vulgar Latin were not carried into Ecclesiastical Latin but instead into the Romance languages.”
“Vulgar, that is, when put forward as exponents or adequate expressions of intellectual grandeur.”
“The investigation, known as Vulgar Betrayal, touched upon both Hamas and Al Qaeda.”
“The common man -- including the soldiers, the colonizers, and the natives -- spoke Latin, albeit a more popular form known as Vulgar Latin.”
“His turns as a psycho neo-nazi in "American History X" and a half-retarded butt-rapist in "Vulgar" are some of his best work.”
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