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(no subject) [Aug. 1st, 2006|09:06 pm]
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insixeighttime
Poll #783598 Oxford

Do you miss Oxford?

How much?

Mean: 10.00 Median: 10 Std. Dev 0.00
1
0(0.0%)
2
0(0.0%)
3
0(0.0%)
4
0(0.0%)
5
0(0.0%)
6
0(0.0%)
7
0(0.0%)
8
0(0.0%)
9
0(0.0%)
10
2(100.0%)

If this community resurfaced, I....

... would never use it.
0(0.0%)
... would use it maybe?
0(0.0%)
... would read it?
0(0.0%)
... HECK YES EPS!!!
3(100.0%)
... what are you talking about?
0(0.0%)

My favorite color is...

red
0(0.0%)
orange
0(0.0%)
yellow
0(0.0%)
green
0(0.0%)
blue
0(0.0%)
purple
0(0.0%)
pink
0(0.0%)
brown
0(0.0%)
black
0(0.0%)
WHY ARE YOU ASKING ME THIS??
0(0.0%)
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Hogwarts Quizzes [Aug. 18th, 2005|05:08 pm]
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nerd1648
[mood |chipperchipper]


Which HP Kid Are You?


Come on - jump on the bandwaggon!
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(no subject) [Aug. 8th, 2005|03:05 pm]
The EPS Secret Society

insixeighttime
Well, here's the EPS community, which seems a little redundant after the boards, but since we're THAT cool we have both a community and message boards. Verve. Now someone get Sarah, Meg, and Alix to get on here too and we're all set.
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Word of the Day [Aug. 8th, 2005|02:56 pm]
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insixeighttime
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Word of the day for Monday:

castigate \KAS-tuh-gayt\, transitive verb:
To punish severely; also, to chastise verbally; to rebuke; to
criticize severely.

It was not good enough to castigate him for his sins.
--Frank Deford, "Knight is too easy a target," [1]Sports
Illustrated, May 25, 2000

Out in the world they marvelled that they were found
acceptable to others, after years of being castigated as
unsatisfactory, disappointing.
--Anita Brookner, [2]Falling Slowly

Though castigated by the Catholic Church, illegitimacy was
scarcely an unusual feature of Austrian country life.
--Ian Kershaw, [3]Hitler: 1889-1936: Hubris

For my lack of missionary zeal, I have been castigated by a
few militant atheists, who are irritated by my
disinclination to try persuading people to abandon their
faith that God exists (while some religious people regard
me as a militant atheist intent on promoting worship of
unspecified "secular idols").
--Wendy Kaminer, [4]Sleeping With Extra-Terrestrials
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Castigate comes from Latin castigare, "to purify, to correct,
to punish," from castus, "pure."
Synonyms: punish, chastise, rebuke, reprove, reprimand.
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