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Old May 13, 2013, 10:54 PM   #82
Old Grump
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And all this time I thought a "magazine" was what you rolled up and swatted the dog with.
That depends on what kind of periodic publication your magazine is.

It could be a annual, bimonthly, biweekly, booklet, broadside, brochure, circular, daily, digest, gazette, glossy, joint, journal, manual, monthly, newsletter, newspaper, organ, pamphlet, paper, periodical, pulp, quarterly, rag, review, semiweekly, sheet, slick, throwaway or weekly. Do you want to amuse the dog, annoy the dog, get his attention or chastise him.

Really people, we must be more specific and choose our words wisely for young children may be listening and you wouldn't want them to grow up to be politicians would you.
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