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23 June 2016


  • Interesting analysis that sent me running to my Merriam-Webster to look up the meaning of "fissiparous." To save others time, here's the definition:

      tending to break up into parts :  divisive <fissiparous tendencies within a political party>

    What a splendiferous term! It's what one of my university English professors used to call a ten-dollar word. It practically leaps off the page and assures you that the writer is a master of concinnity.

  • Thank you for helping to elevate the discourse, Ken. To concinnity I plead guilty, and gladly, whereas prolixity I seek to avoid at all cost.