User:Connel MacKenzie

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"...I happen to know for a fact that God doesn't care whether you split infinitives. But some people do, and that's a simple fact that no statistical table will change. A good descriptivist should tell you that. In fact, my beef with many descriptivists is that they don't describe enough. A really thorough description of a word or usage would take into account not only how many people use it, but in what circumstances and to what effect." (bolding added for emphasis) -Jack Lynch

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Word of the day for December 15
sinew n
  1. (anatomy) A cord or tendon of the body.
  2. A cord or string, particularly (music) as of a musical instrument.
  3. (figuratively) Muscular power, muscle; nerve, nervous energy; vigor, vigorous strength.
  4. (figuratively, often in the plural) That which gives strength or in which strength consists; a supporting factor or member; mainstay.
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