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Subject:  Re: Kill Me Now Date:  11/16/2012  10:51 PM
Author:  bighairymike Number:  655622 of 846915

>I>A careful consideration of the parts of words will often reveal their meaning, particularly scientific words. In this case, "dent" refers to teeth, while "e-" means "out" or "out of."

Another example is the word "evoke," consisting of "e-" plus "voke" as in vocal. It means "to call out." - fleg


GEORGE: ...So, anyway, if you think about it, manure is not really that bad a word. I mean, it's 'newer', which is good, and a 'ma' in front of it, which is also good. Ma-newer , right?
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