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Q: Context and meaning of "in the Lady Bracknell understanding of the word"

toga_mHere is a paragraph from The Running Hare by John Lewis-Stempel. "Quite aside from the de-naturing of contemporary childhood, more about collecting apps for Apple iPhones than scrumping apples, there was always the terrible destructivity of butterfly collecting. Due to the collectors the ineffab...

 
 
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10:15 AM
Somebody answered a question before I considered asking it on Literature SE ;-) 500-year-old manuscript contains earliest known use of the “F-word”, Ars Technica, 07.04.2020.
 
 
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11:33 AM
Isn't it awful when that happens?
 
11:56 AM
It might be worth asking anyway because the Ars Technica article is a bit thin on detail — in an answer on literature.se we would be able to provide more context and locate the manuscript
 
 
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Q: I'm looking for a comic where Huey, Duey or Louie has a girlfriend

Revetahw says Reinstate MonicaIt's a series of still images (comic). I believe it's quite old, probably from between 1960-1980. It's about Huey, Duey and Louie. Two of them are being sort of rowdy, fighting, doing mischief, etc. and messing up their clothes. Then someone says (roughly) that one of the brothers has a girlfrien...

 

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