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Cab Calloway’s Hepster’s Dictionary: A Guide To The Language Of Jive (1938)

Cab Calloway’s Hepster’s Dictionary: A Guide To The Language Of Jive

Some people think slang doesn't belong in the dictionary. Find out why it should be there.

'Has Your Mother Sold Her Mangle?' Slang and the Dictionary

Some people think slang doesn't belong in the dictionary. Find out why it should be there.

Brain map developed by Alexander Huth and colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley.

‘Brain dictionary’ maps where specific words are represented in the mind - STAT

Who is a subjective-case pronoun, meaning it functions as a subject in a sentence, and whom is an objective-case pronoun, meaning it functions as an object in a sentence. Who, like I, he, she, and they, performs actions, as in Who rescued the dog? (who is doing the rescuing in this sentence). Whom, like me, him, her, and them, is acted on, as in Whom did you see? (whom is being seen here, not doing the seeing).

Over the last 200 years, the pronoun whom has been on a steady decline. Despite its waning use in speech and ongoing speculation about its imminent extinction, whom still holds a spot in the English language, particularly in formal writing.

The Ultimate Dictionary Of Growth Hacking Terms

The Ultimate Dictionary Of Growth Hacking Terms

Top 5 Things to Capture in a Data Dictionary

Top 5 Things to Capture in a Data Dictionary

Some Genius Made A Hilarious Tumblr For 1970s Comic Book 'The Super Dictionary' [Pics] -...

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