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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
From Old French certes, from Latin certus (certain). Earliest documented use: 1250.
“Certes, no man in his right mind would come near her with a huge wolfhound at her side.”
Shari Anton; Twilight Magic; Grand Central Publishing; 2007.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert young, / Who loved thee so fondly as he? / He caught the first accents that fell from thy tongue, / And joined in thy innocent glee. -Margaret Courtney, poet (1822-1862)