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Word origin - impeccable

The word 'impeccable' comes from the Latin 'pecar', to sin. So, something th...

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Poetry - the haiku form

The haiku form was established in Japan as a way of protesting the changes an...

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Languages of the World

According to some studies, in 2003 there were 6,809 spoken languages in the w...

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Best-Selling Fiction Author

The world's best-selling fiction writer is none other than Dame Agatha Christ...

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The Earliest Sex Manual

Vatsyayana's Kama Sutra is believed to be the oldest sex manual in existence....

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