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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
[Via Spanish and Arabic from Coptic tobe (brick). Coptic is the classical language of Egypt, a form of Egyptian with heavy influence from Greek.]
"When the earthquakes of Sept. 19 and 20 struck, walls collapsed and roofs
caved in. Many people were crushed under the thick adobe walls, and
survivors have been left to set up makeshift shelters amid the rubble or
in the street."
All ideas are already in the brain, just as all statues are in the marble. -Carlo Dossi, author and diplomat (1849-1910)