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Editorial: Word of the day

Our English language is constantly adapting to describe contemporary conditions.

So we are pleased to pass along here a worthy description of a spring malady, submitted by Dr. Joe Lombard who practices dentistry at Hayes:


It’s a perfect explanation of the nose-eye-hacking troubles brought on by spring; especially this spring, early and dry.

What is your good word? We would like to hear from you.

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