As a second-class Anglo-Saxon, I would have immediately and incorrectly assumed that the use of the word shatnes in connection with wool and linen referred to the increase in hygiene and decrease in mortality that resulted from making undergarments from the latter rather than the former (PDF).
Does David de Ugarte know nothing about the users and makers of the online world, or is he simply comfortable selling
- Sex and the internet in Spanish
Here’s a curious little corpse-worm: Curious for me, because I thought that the arrival in Hispanidad of services provided over
- Where the Andalusian Smiths live
In some cases the frequency of Anglo-Saxon surnames is related more to the descendants left behind by old British mining concessions
- Revealed, the difference between Jews and Anglo-Saxons
Someone called Emily has found an original way of telling us apart.
- The bishop and the train to Teruel
Ja se’n va el tren d’Olotfent xup, xup,se’n va el tren d’Olot. Surt quan voli arriba quan pot;fent xup, xup,se’n va el