Monthly Archives: September 2012

Avuncular oversight

First, a point of grammar: the English language has one of the largest vocabularies in the world, and yet there is no female equivalent of the word “avuncular”.  People have suggested “aunticular”, but that’s a bit ugly, isn’t it?  So … Continue reading

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New school term

Maybe it’s because training is the grown-up equivalent of school lessons, or maybe it’s because I work in a country where the academic year takes a long break to allow children to help get in the harvest (might be time … Continue reading

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