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Fear Not the Weirdful

Thanks to April Fiet, a new word has entered my lexicon and I couldn’t wait to use it in a sentence, like this: Solidarity, fellow weirdful ones, solidarity. ***

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Sunday School – lexicon lesson without sans

Sans is an archaic literary Gallicism to be avoided, unless tongue-in-cheek or archaic effect is intended. “Without” should always be favored over “sans” (as long as one is using the English language). Bryan A. Garner, A Dictionary of Modern Legal … Continue reading

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