[kwlug-disc] OT: Looking for a laptop technician
tudor at tudorholton.com
Wed May 23 15:09:52 EDT 2012
[*] At first 'people' springs to mind, but then there's also "Ou"[**]
from middle english, which is coming back into fashion among the people
I mix with. Or, if you're a neologism fan, Charles Crozat Converse's
"thon" may be more to your liking.
[**] The fact that "Ou" was paired with "a" by 14th century English
writer John of Trevisa is a funny coincidence[***] given the context.
[***] To me, but that's mainly down to my immature sense of humour.
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