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8-13-2020 Thursday Live Chat Thread

jadamz

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Thanks for the extra prayers for Jadmom. She tripped and fell head first onto the cement patio. A big goose-egg but thank God no bleeding,disorientation,dizzyness ,nausea etc.Quite dangerous as she did have a recent stroke. I am staying with her. She is very fortunate and I KNOW Angels were there for her. Scary...
 

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Thanks for the extra prayers for Jadmom. She tripped and fell head first onto the cement patio. A big goose-egg but thank God no bleeding,disorientation,dizzyness ,nausea etc.Quite dangerous as she did have a recent stroke. I am staying with her. She is very fortunate and I KNOW Angels were there for her. Scary...
Glad Jadmom is OK. Mrs Duke's mother did the same thing once, tripped over her dachshund. She came away with mildly strained knee ligaments, the dog was uninjured.
 
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WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF SINISTRALITY?
There is nothing sinister about sinistrality: the word simply means “left-handedness” (as opposed to right-handedness) or “left-sidedness.” Sinistrality is a derivation of the adjective sinistral, whose current sense is “on the left-hand side, left” (in Middle English sinistralle meant “unlucky, adverse”). Sinistrality entered English in the mid-19th century.
 
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