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5 Interesting Words/Phrases of the English Language Adopted From the Bible

Just a little etymology

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With my hands deep in water and earplugs deep in my ears one afternoon, an intriguing episode of the Grammar Girl podcast came up. The host touched on the etymology of some interesting phrases in the English language.




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