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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb tr.: To view or treat someone as an object of great importance.
From the view of the lion as the king of animals. From Anglo-French liun, from Latin leo, from Greek leon. From Earliest documented use: 1825.
“He had studied and lionized people with money, power, celebrity, and status: politicians, CEOs, financial movers and shakers.”
JL Daniels; Mirror Opposites; AuthorHouse; 2014.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:O, what a tangled web we weave, / When first we practise to deceive! -Walter Scott, novelist and poet (15 Aug 1771-1832)