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  • Vegan | Definition of Vegan by Merriam-Webster
    The Difference Between Vegetarian, Vegan, and Other Diets The word vegetarian sprouted up in 1839 Fruitarian ("a person who lives on fruit") ripened by 1893 In 1944, vegetarians who consume no animal or dairy products began calling themselves vegans Then, in 1993, those who eat fish but no other meat chose pesce, the Italian word for "fish," to create the designation pescatarian
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  • Poke - definition of poke by The Free Dictionary
    Word History: A pig in a poke is a colorful vernacular expression used to describe something offered in a manner that conceals its true nature or value Naturally, a buyer cannot inspect the pig if it is covered by a poke—that is, a bag or sack The word poke meaning "bag" is not confined to just the American South—in many parts of Scotland, poke bag is still used of a little paper bag for
  • Regard - definition of regard by The Free Dictionary
    Usage Note: Regard is traditionally used in the singular in the phrase in regard (not in regards) to In our 2004 survey, barely six percent of the Usage Panel accepted the phrase in regards to Slightly more than half the Panel found the syntactically peculiar as regards acceptable in the sentence These surveys show a high level of satisfaction with government policy among the elderly in the





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