This update also brings you nine more issues of Rex Morgan's Shroud News, word of a special youth Shroud exhibition approved by Pope Francis in August 2018, memorials for several departed Shroud scholars and much more.However, we experienced a major computer crash just a few days ago, so many of the materials (books, papers, articles and videos) that I had hoped to include in this update will have to wait until a later update after our computer issues are resolved. Here is the Update Table of Contents: It is hard for me to believe that 40 years have gone by since our team was given the unprecedented privilege to perform an in-depth scientific examination of the Shroud of Turin in 1978.
They're felt – in all their subtle nuance and multiple meanings. So is it surprising that we have more words in Yiddish for fools than there are Golden Arches?
This is never more true then when we're talking about a "fool" or a "nudnek," a "shliemel," or a "schnook." Face it. These words are so delicious, many have become part of American jargon.
She is the author of the critically acclaimed Highland Grooms historical series, including Wild Wicked Scot, Sinful Scottish Laird, Hard-Hearted Highlander.& Devil in Tartan.
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Among the many majesties of Yiddish, is its magical ability to turn words into an emotional thesaurus.
Both the "good" and the "bad" alike are not merely "said." No.
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