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Sesquicentennial

Sesquicentennial is a word used to describe the passage of 150 years. It is often used in reference to an anniversary of an institution or a historical event. Read More
North American Tiger Lily

North American Tiger Lily

The North American Tiger Lily, Lilium columbianum, can be found in North America in areas such as California, Idaho, Nevada, and southern British Columbia. Read More

Noodling (Fishing)

Noodling Fishing is an act of fishing barehanded. Primarily done in the South and usually for catfish. The fisherman will try to grab the fish by the gills. Read More
Teasel

Teasel

Teasel plants are of the genus Dipsacus, and are a perennial flower easily identified by their spherical and prickly heads. The plants grow from 3 to 8 feet. Read More
Spaceballs

Spaceballs

Spaceballs is an awesome parody of the Star Wars trilogy with just a few Star Trek jokes thrown in for good measure, written and directed by Mel Brooks. Read More
All Together Now Project Management For Websites

All Together Now Project Management For Websites

All Together Now is a cloud based project management software designed for web developers, web design agencies, and their clients. Read More
Rout Vs. Route

Rout Vs. Route

Rout and Route are often mispronounced and are frequently mistaken for each other. Rout has several meanings while route means a road. Read More
1998 Honda Civic Coupe

1998 Honda Civic Coupe

Honda Civic Coupes are safe, affordable, and awesome in dark green. The Civic is a reliable and compact car and gets good gas mileage at 30+ miles per gallon. Read More
Hoth Monster Wampa

Hoth Monster Wampa

The monster that attacks Luke Skywalker and his ton-ton at the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back is called a Wampa. It inhabits ice caves in the Hoth system. Read More
Omit Needless Words

Omit Needless Words

Omit Needless Words. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences. Please practice economy of words. Read More
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