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Nice find, Darkstone.

NZ Strider
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Mar 23 2007, 4:35pm


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Nice find, Darkstone. [In reply to] Can't Post

Here's another for you: The habit in some modern American dialects of pronouncing "ask" as a homonym of "axe" -- i.e. as though spelt "aks": it's no modern innovation, but rather a survival from Middle English -- the form "aks" is well-attested in fourteenth century texts.

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A new expression...not! Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Mar 22 2007, 9:01pm
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