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Patricia Ann “Dr. Patt” VanDyke

date of publication: 
2017-03-14
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Maryville Daily Forum

Was the Anti-Mexican Slur "B-----" Invented in Orange County?

date of publication: 
2017-05-24
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OC Weekly

Digital DARE Update

ICYMI: This spring, Quarterly Updates 1-6 were incorporated into HUP's Digital DARE along with some other minor revisions and corrections. HUP has created a page that lists the new and revised entries and senses. But, of course, you can still view them here on our project site  too.

‘Crawdaddy,’ ‘Boomba,’ and a ‘Bounce-Around’: an Online Update of Regional Words

date of publication: 
2017-05-18
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Allan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education

8 Old-Timey Names for a Soft Drink

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2017-05-02
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web
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Angela Tung, Wordnik

10 Old-Timey Exclamations From Across the U.S.

date of publication: 
2017-05-09
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Angela Tung, Mental Floss

Quarterly Update 8 is Live!

What do you call the small, freshwater crayfish around here? Apparently, many things! Quarterly Update 8 is full of crawdaddies, crawcrabs, crawjinnies, and other variants that we hope don’t stick in your craw. If they do, you can wash them all down with some boomba or cane beer. Though this may inflict you with the simples and turn your ordinary event into a bounce-around (party).  We don’t want to toot our own horn, but we hope this update is one to brag on!

speed breaker

[Note: Parts of this entry were previously at breaker n 4.]

simples

[Note: Sense b was formerly the entry bore for the simples.]

hoe

[Note: The former entry bread hoe was incorporated into sense 2.]

hoe n

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