Erin Van Vuren - "I will not be another flower, picked for my beauty and left to die. I will be wild, difficult to find, and impossible to forget".
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Apodictic is a word for those who are confident about that of which they speak. It's a handy word that can describe a conclusive concept, a conclusive person, or even that conclusive person's
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English speakers are fond of forming new words through reduplication of a base word, usually with just a slight change of sound. Think of okeydoke, fuddy-duddy, super-duper, roly-poly, fiddle-faddle,
Exonerate: the origin of this word is from the Latin. It comes from two Latin words. Onus which means a burden. Later it became free from a burden. It is also a legal term in English. The prisoner was exonerated from his crime, becau