“What’s the clime like where you live?” Has anyone asked you that lately? No? I recently looked up clime in some dictionaries to scout out its deal. Webster’s says clime is the same as climate and dates back to the 14th century . . . a seriously old word. Then I turned to the Online Etymology Dictionary. It notes that...
As they say, “Hello, World!” I read somewhere that your first blog post is bound to be flawed, so you might as well get it over with so you can get on to subsequent posts, which will be much stronger and more interesting. But this blog post isn’t so bad, is it? I mean, really, World, this post isn’t making...
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