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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
MEANING:verb tr., intr.: To happen.
ETYMOLOGY:From Old English tidan (happen), from tid (time). Often used in the phrase "woe betide". Earliest documented use: 1297.
USAGE:"Whatever betided at the end of Mitt Romney's term and whatever betides in the future, that shouldn't be forgotten."
David A. Mittell Jr.; As the Good Times Roll; Providence Journal (Rhode Island); May 17, 2007.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:There is not less wit nor less invention in applying rightly a thought one finds in a book, than in being the first author of that thought. -Pierre Bayle, philosopher and writer (1647-1706)