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#210428 - 04/13/13 02:03 PM the beginning and end
There is a word that means "a coming together of the old and new". and I can not remember or find it. I need it to describe a handmade basket with 2 handles. One is "traditional "style and one is a new style. Beautiful art needs beautiful ( and correct) words!! Thanks
#210434 - 04/13/13 08:56 PM Re: the beginning and end [Re: LaylaZ]
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
# 52 here sounds like a possibility; if the real def. doesn't fit you could just tell people it means what you intended!
#210435 - 04/13/13 09:06 PM Re: the beginning and end [Re: LaylaZ]
I'll go with black-crowned night heron. Yup. That's gotta be the word.
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