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- Wine Profile: Gewurztraminer - AskMen.com UK
- The grape itself has a pink to red colored skin and the etymology of its name offers an interesting story: The ?traminer? part of its name is derived from a ... - http://uk.askmen.com/fine_living/wine_dine_archive_200/209_wine_dine.html
- Mastering Street Slang - AskMen.com UK
- Whatever the etymology, it's nice to have a little Italian-American dialect under your belt -- because even though we use our hands, we don't provide ... - http://uk.askmen.com/money/mafioso/53_mafia.html
- Why Women Don't Like Nice Guys & More - Readers Comments - Page ...
- Don't get stuck in etymology! 'Nice' is nice if you like it. Period. The question is are you attractive? If you are not it's because you don't feel it. ... - http://uk.askmen.com/includes/components/posts/postPage.php?id=1018144&p=2
- Van Helsing - AskMen.com UK
- Bill Bryson is known as one of the better travel writers living today, although he has proven his hand at writing about other subjects, such as etymology. ... - http://uk.askmen.com/entertainment/top5_250/254.html
- Top 10: Subtle Ways To Tell Her She's Getting Fat - Readers ...
- Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin satura, satira, perhaps from (lanx) satura dish of mixed ingredients, from feminine of satur ... - http://uk.askmen.com/includes/components/posts/posts.php?id=1010352&p=16
- How To: Leave The Perfect Tip - Readers Comments - Page - AskMen.com
- Etymology The Oxford English Dictionary states that it is derived from the ... However, this etymology contradicts the Oxford English Dictionary  and is ... - http://uk.askmen.com/includes/components/posts/postPage.php?id=911490&p=1
- God vs. Darwin - Readers Comments - Page - AskMen.com
- Behemoth's etymology traces back to semitic roots. behemoth, in hebrew, means WATER OX.. they were talking about a hippo. hippopotami are the species from ... - http://uk.askmen.com/includes/components/posts/postPage.php?id=944096&p=19
- The Bible: 5 Things You Didn't Know - AskMen.com
- Nov 29, 2009 ... Etymology: Middle English, from Old English b333;c; akin to Old High German buoh book, Gothic boka letter. Date: before 12th century ... - http://uk.askmen.com/entertainment/special_feature_400/457_the-bible-5-things-you-didnt-know.html
- Fact of the Day - Week of May 26th, 2008 - AskMen.com
- According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the versatile F-word disappeared from any published dictionary of the English language in 1795, ... - http://uk.askmen.com/daily/2008_fact/may_26.html
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