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An Interesting Fact About the Word ‘Twitter’
Did you know the word ‘twitter’ has been around in literature for over 260 years? Try searching ‘twitter’ and see how it has been used. A shortcut to the results is http://www.wordwaves.com/
Some examples include Henry Fielding’s book “History of Tom Jones a Foundling” published in 1749!
" And if he was so good to forgive me a word spoken in haste or so, it doth not become such a one as you to twitter me. "
Emily Post’s book “Etiquette”
" To a New York ear, which ought to be fairly unbiased since the New York accent is a composite of all accents, English women chirrup and twitter. "
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