It perhaps makes up for our having a less than logical system of grammar than those languages which are more closely linked to Latin.
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Nothing puts a damper on the holiday spirit like unwanted robocalls —and the scams that often follow — and this year U. Similar tools have tracked numbers climbing all year.
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(Another word is 'deluge'.)'Flood' is of Germanic origin, 'inundation' of Latin. The French word is 'inondation', though they do also use 'deluge'.
“We are off to the best start of the season that we’ve seen in the past five or six years,” he said.
Attempt to read the entire dictionary in one sitting and you'll inundate your mind with vocabulary.
But you probably won't remember any of it tomorrow.
This includes asking for name, address, and telephone number or hanging up and calling the organization directly to make sure it knows its name is being used to solicit donations.
Consumers can check listings like the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, Charity Navigator, and Charity Watch to ensure a charity is legitimate.
if so, what have you found and why are you still confused?