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Nov 2019
7:13pm, 4 Nov 2019
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Moving forward, I presume any changes required will be appliqued.
Nov 2019
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Fragile Do Not Bend
I’ve just been watching Dave Gorman’s programme from last week and he had a good bit on malapropisms. I particularly liked ‘flaming yawn’ - as in ‘I’m going to cook some flaming yawn for dinner’
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11:56am, 6 Jul 2020
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The word "malapropism" (and its earlier variant "malaprop") comes from a character named "Mrs. Malaprop" in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 1775 play The Rivals. Mrs. Malaprop frequently misspeaks (to comic effect) by using words which don't have the meaning that she intends but which sound similar to words that do.

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