Requite | Definition of Requite by Merriam-Webster the company requited the employee who had fallen on the ice while leaving work by promptly paying all his medical bills, hoping that would stave off a lawsuit the future writer would later requite the abuse he suffered at the hands of his classmates by creating scathing portraits of them in his novels
wiki - Wiktionary 2009 June 18, Lizz Holmans, “Janus”, in uk rec sheds, Usenet: Her English is no better than my Portuguese, but I wikied 'influenza' in Portuguese and it came up with 'gripe'
Ghost - Wikipedia The English word ghost continues Old English gást, from a hypothetical Common Germanic *gaistaz It is common to West Germanic, but lacking in North Germanic and East Germanic (the equivalent word in Gothic is ahma, Old Norse has andi m , önd f )
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Should English be the only official language of the EU . . . Language is always going to be a contentious issue, bound as it is to questions of culture and identity Whilst there are 24 official languages in the EU, studies suggest that almost 40% of Europeans speak English as a foreign language (not counting the 13% that speak it as a mother tongue) That