Sunday, December 23, 2007

Twelfth Part of a Twenty-Six Part Series

Part Twelve*:


"L" stands for "l," which means "the 12th letter of the English alphabet." However, it could be confused with "I," which means "the ninth letter of the English alphabet." To avoid confusion, it is best not to start sentences with words like "illicit" or "illadvised." The word "Illinois" should be avoided whenever possible and can be substituted with "Land of Lincoln" in most contexts.

*Twelve, as defined by Webster's New World Dictionary, means "two more than ten." The word "ten" is defined as "one more than nine."

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Tuesday, December 04, 2007