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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
Via French from Latin posse (to be able). Ultimately from the Indo-European root poti- (powerful, lord), which also gave us power, potent, possess, posse, possible, and Turkish pasha (via Persian). Earliest documented use: 1435.
“He knew that the demon was puissant enough to guarantee them victory this day.”
William Carson; Few Far Fallen; Morning Rain Publishing; 2014.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Do we need weapons to fight wars? Or do we need wars to create markets for weapons? -Arundhati Roy, author (b. 24 Nov 1961)