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answered Where does the expression “a wide berth” come from
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comment Since when did kidnapping come to include adults too?
Updated the question.
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comment Since when did kidnapping come to include adults too?
Updated the question.
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revised Since when did kidnapping come to include adults too?
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answered Using the prefix “be-”?
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comment Since when did kidnapping come to include adults too?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner all the sources including dictionary.com and etymonline.com gives kidnap originated from kid and nap (variation of nab)
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comment Since when did kidnapping come to include adults too?
yeah, but then kidnap originated in 1680s.
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comment Term for minimum or maximum
I do not follow golf, so I did not know that in golf the player with lowest point wins. But what I meant in my comment was that optimum cannot be used to denote both maximum and minimum at the same time, as the OP asked.