Celebrate #ChineseNewYear with the etymology of some English words of Chinese origin: bit.ly/1hWtYwH pic.twitter.com/fc6mlHB3vH
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Word of the Day: coulis - a thin fruit or vegetable puree…... ow.ly/3b3clv
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