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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
[From Middle French, from Late Latin heteroclitus, from Greek heteroklitos, from hetero- + klinein (to lean, inflect). Ultimately from the Indo-European root klei (to lean). Other words derived from the same root are decline, incline, recline, lean, client, climax, and ladder.]
"They (candidates) are a heteroclite bunch."
"I might have imagined. Nor could I have dreamed the heteroclite crew -- men I had met aboard Tzadkiel's ship." Gene Wolfe; The Urth of the New Sun; Tor Books; 1997.
Promises are like the full moon: if they are not kept at once they diminish day by day. -German proverb