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leave my job and go to bed wofahulicodoc 05/22/24 01:33 PM

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FUNFARE - Pizza, hot fudge sundaes, and such wofahulicodoc 05/21/24 03:11 PM


MEANING: noun:
1. A showy public display.
2. A brief, lively sounding of brass instruments, especially trumpets, in a celebration.

ETYMOLOGY: From French, ultimately of echoic origins. Earliest documented use: 1605. Also see fanfaron and fanfaronade. It’s not known if these two words are related to today’s word.

HANFARE - meals on the Millennium Falcon

FANFAR - a person sitting in the last row of top tier of the stadium

FANFIRE - how you put the "blast" in "blast furnace"
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Something for all occasions A C Bowden 05/21/24 12:21 AM
We sell many cards in this store,
For birthdays and weddings galore,
For partings, bereavements,
Retirements, achievements,
'Get well's, Paschal greetings, and more.

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