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Tag Archives: Jane Austen
Using Old, Familiar Words That Nobody Has Ever Heard Before
If I told you that my life was “at sixes and sevens” right now, would you know what I was talking about? You would if you lived in the year 1815. That knowledge is surprisingly un-useful, however, when trying to … Continue reading
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