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This Isn't EXACTLY To Say You Should Underline Words In Library Books, But ...
"There are thousands of words we don't know, long or short, soft or clunky, in print or heard in conversation. We can just let them go, like passersby, and we're none the worse because of it. But if we're active, we give new words a try on our own." The Guardian (UK) 09/07/13
Posted September 8, 2013 09:28 AM

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