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  • Luke: "I think that one of the biggest, if not the biggest foupe, you can make in educated society today is to say or write anything that can be construed as racist."

    Your Moral Leader

  • To obtain a deeper tint, alkali, and cremor calcis (lait de chaux) diffufed in water, are fometimes added to it as for deep foupe au vin colours.

    Elements of the Art of Dyeing


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  • A mountweazel?

    "This ghost word appears in Samuel Johnson's 1755 dictionary. It is defined as "To drive with a sudden impetuosity. A word out of use."

    The last part of the definition is certainly right. It was never in use. This is a misreading of soupe (due to the long s character used in those days), a dialect form of swoop."

    October 9, 2016