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  • Larry remained confused about the historical dates and duration of the Angelino Golden Age, as he had never heard two corroboratingly consistent opinions on when exactly it ended, what caused the Fall, or what the signs of decay had been.

    Not the End of the World Brookmyre, Christopher, 1968- 1998


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  • It is highly gratifying to note that far-reaching reclassifications of American languages are being independently and corroboratingly arrived at by students of American linguistics. E. Sapir, 1917. The Status of Washo, American Anthropologist, New Series, p. 450.

    April 25, 2011