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It is the first day of the Wimbledon! Why is “love” used in tennis? - http://bit.ly/1eCR9zz
In the sport of tennis, why is “love” the equivalent of having a score of zero or nil and how did it get its odd and "lovely" name? Click here to find out.
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Can you use transmogrify in a sentence?

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The eccentric scientist, after drinking his potion transmogrified into a strange creature: half-man, half-lizard.
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Indelible and impeccable cannot exist without their negative prefixes. Find out what other words made the list: http://bit.ly/1V2rldR
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Toward vs. Towards - Which variant do you tend to use and why?
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Do you move toward something or towards something? It turns out, you can do both, though some contexts favor one over the other. According to the Chicago
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Gee, I add an "s" to all the -ward words, when I think about it. 
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Interested in reading manuals of magic? Look for book in this category: http://bit.ly/1UqWXKq
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If you're happy and you know check out these 10 merry words - http://bit.ly/1UARZ1C
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Can you name a remontant flower?

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Rose hybridisers often prefer remontant roses for their desirable horticultural characteristics.
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Salutley.. I sing with my lute to discover what they know
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