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10/26/10: A Tense Time with Verbs
06/16/10: Classic References
05/10/10: Oops!
04/13/10: The Word Magic of Lewis Carroll
01/13/10: It's about Time
08/13/08: Our Sporty English Language
07/28/08: Warning: Loony Labels
07/16/08: Cut The Verbal Fat
06/24/08: The Power Of Short Words
06/04/08: The Case For Short Words
05/28/08: Are these parents just too slow to be quick?
02/14/08: A Primer of Political Etymology
06/12/07: A Guide to Teenspeak
05/15/07: A Little Bit of Comma Sense
03/15/07: Word frequency lists tell us who we are
01/18/07: Putting on the Dog
01/03/07: Poetry in the Burns Dialect
12/18/03: Plane Talk
10/09/03: Pun your way to success
10/02/03: It's Saddam Shame
09/18/03: The Return of Sherlock Holmes
05/15/03: Language at the cellular level
05/08/03: I don't duck spelling debates
05/01/03: Find the hidden cats
04/10/03: The cat's got your tongue
04/03/03: Play Ball!
03/20/03: Categorizing Cat Words
03/13/03: Stood up by Oprah
03/06/03: The Word Circus: The Barker
02/27/03: Ana Gram, the Juggler
02/20/03: Spook etymology on the Internet
02/06/03: What's in a President's Name?
01/30/03: Twice in a Blue Moon
01/23/03: Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire
01/16/03: Retro-active words
12/19/02: Why I deserve welfare --- actual letters
12/05/02: English for -- make that "by" -- foreigners
11/21/02: Humorously Inclined Informational Products
11/14/02: Disorder in the Court: a Collection of 'Transquips'
10/31/02: Oxymoronology
10/24/02: The Bandwagon
10/17/02: Is life a movie? We all speak their lines
10/03/02: Brave New Words
09/26/02: English is a Crazy Language!
09/12/02: How wise is proverbial wisdom?
09/05/02: A celebration of presidential prose
08/29/02: Food for thought
08/22/02: Jest for the pun of it
08/08/02: Hop up to the kangaroo words
08/01/02: A pouchful of synonyms
07/11/02: Poli-Tickle Speeches
06/27/02: Suppository questions
06/20/02: George Orwell is looking at you
06/06/02: Jest for the health of it
05/30/02: It is truly astonishing what havoc students can wreak on the chronicles of the human race
05/16/02: A bilingual pun is twice the fun!
05/09/02: What's in a president's name?
05/03/02: Slang as it is slung
04/25/02: Abstemious words
04/19/02: This Riddle Isn't Letter-Perfect

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