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Mavine 2 month s ago
green shoot shoot shoot shoot vishenka_33
       
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Nikki 2 month s ago
#2 a single unit is called "raviolo", not raviolus
       
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Nikki 2 month s ago
#20 copper was the word, originally used in Britain, to mean "someone who captures". the term cop derives from the Latin verb capere (to catch) via the Old French caper.
       
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Dickie 2 month s ago
Nikki,Nope. Constable on patrol.
       
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Naldo 2 month s ago
Quote: Dickie
copper

Nikki is right
Many imaginative but incorrect stories have come up over the years, including that cop refers to the police uniform's copper buttons, the police man's copper badge, or that it is an abbreviation for "constable on patrol", "constabulary of police", or "chief of police".[16] Wikipedia
       
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Brenda 2 month s ago
“Spic n Span” Was invented by a guy from Mexico City and a guy from Barcelona.
       
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Alan 2 month s ago
Brenda,

C'mon, guys. This is funny.
       
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Isabelle 2 month s ago
#4 The appearance of a dinosaur is only a guess. Hippos and elephants for example look nothing like what early scientists thought they would look like based on their skeletons.
       
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Robbie 2 month s ago
Anyone know what #6 was? My curiosity has been aroused.
       
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Newton 2 month s ago
Robbie... good I'm sm_80
       
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