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RAMBLE PRONUNCIATION: (RAM-buhl) MEANING: verb intr.: 1. To talk in an aimless manner. verb intr.: 2. To walk in an aimless manner. noun: A leisurely, sometimes lengthy walk. ETYMOLOGY: Probably from Middle Dutch rammelen (to wander about in h
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Jump to new posts Re: Boosting morale by A C Bowden @ 06/30/15 11:13 PM

Bernard Montgomery, Sent to North Africa, Rallied his troops with the Confident boast: "With our numerical Superiority, We can win easily. Rommel is toast!"
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Jump to new posts Re: Double genitive by A C Bowden @ 06/28/15 09:44 AM

I have been looking back over this discussion, and there is one possible explanation that no-one has mentioned. "A friend of my sister's" implies that my sister has two or more friends and we are referring to one of them. So we mean "a friend of [=
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