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Don't be a Scrooge; clap eyes on some words popularized by Dickens, born #OTD in 1812: bit.ly/A6vjNB pic.twitter.com/tfHOTvxDu5
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Happy Birthday, James Murray! Here are 5 facts about the @OED's first editor: oxford.ly/1lJ4Hx3 pic.twitter.com/oSD4azsxz6
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Guest blogger @DrGrammar explores America's war on language: oxford.ly/1wppsxV pic.twitter.com/HKp38BALNM
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