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“They also called the people in the streets terrorists and repeatedly show a mosque that was set on fire ... we're watching it now my cousin says that they turn all the word's of obama around and lie about everything to witch my grandfather replies in that in Islam it is permissible to lie in a state of war.”
“Ms. McPherson said the OED requires "evidence of a word's usage over a 10-year period, before considering it for inclusion" in its editions.”
“If my word's not good enough, Oprah voted them a favorite last year.”
“It will be totally lost on people who are more interested in labels and their own personal definitions for words than in those word's true meanings.”
“Researchers asked participants to carry out two tasks: checking if a word contained a particular letter, or thinking about the word's meaning.”
“Each word in the lexicon, though technically equal to any other, derived its potency from its gelastic index - a calculation consisting of letter count, syllabic complexity, and its mirthpoint, as experienced by the word's wielder.”
“You probably shouldn't, as doing so shows either ignorance of the word's origins or an indifference to its real meaning, but you can.”
“As a self-described infidel, however, the author captured both the word's flavor of heresy and its suggestion of infidelity "infidel" comes to us via the Old French infidèle.”
“Social media also spurred the call to surrender the word's conversational credentials, notably through a Facebook page called "Overuse of the Word Amazing.”
“Wellfleet's Wicked Oyster restaurant uses "wicked" in the word's best sense—suck down some local oysters and clam chowder 50 Main St., thewickedo.com .”
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