Of all the American contributions to the English language, none is as ubiquitous as one that is often transmitted in only two letters —OK.
Articles by Howard Richler
Let’s look at some “precise” mathematical terms.
It was sometime around March 26, 1967, that I indulged in cannabis for the first time, and it has been over 50 years since my last joint.
Discussions about this word’s origin inevitably entails someone becoming apoplectic that woman ends in “man.” (I mean, how controlling do men have to be?)
Some writers have shown a hyperbolic penchant, if not outright chauvinism, in their advocacy of the English language.