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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Like-minded; compatible.
2. Congenial; likable.
ETYMOLOGY:Via Italian or Spanish from Latin sympathia (sympathy), from Greek sympatheia, from sym- (together with) + pathos (emotion, suffering).
USAGE:"Basil and tomatoes are simpatico in so many ways. One major trait they share is that neither should ever be refrigerated unless they have been chopped."
Bill Ward; Warm, Flavorful, Fresh Summer Food; The Arizona Daily Star (Tucson); Jul 29, 2009.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Choose only one master -- Nature. -Rembrandt, painter and etcher (1606-1669)