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Ibidem: adverb (ih-bee-duhm) In the same book, chapter, page, etc. Origin: Ibidem came to English in the mid-1600s from the Latin, literally meaning “in the aforementioned place.”

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Argy-bargy:  Yes, this actually IS a word. Noun: (ahr-gee-bahr-gee) Chiefly British: A vigorous discussion or dispute. Enjoy reading “word of the day”? Please “like” and share this page on Facebook.

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Mnemonic: noun (ni-mon-ik) Something intended to assist the memory, as a verse or formula. Example:  When Pluto was demoted from planethood, the trusty mnemonic “My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas” had to be retooled. “My Very Educated Readers Just Served Us Some …

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