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accepted Is “tri-quarterly” a real English word meaning 3 times a year?
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comment Is “tri-quarterly” a real English word meaning 3 times a year?
Triannually was what I found as well, but not in the dictionary, but I couldn't find any validation for tri-quarterly although a few magazines use it that are published 3 times a year. I will accept this answer if I don't get any other suggestions.
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comment What is the origin of the phrase “There goes the neighborhood” and does it have racial connotations?
Very interesting, thanks. It's one of those sayings that is easy to use without realizing what is being said.
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