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Kids, Summer And A Shoestring Budget
Wouldn't you like to be able to have your kid(s) enrolled in Summer Camp this year without having to pay for it? Wouldn't you like to be able to know they're safe, having fun, learning new things, and with people you trust? What if you could send them to a camp where they'd be away from home during the day, but still be with their same group of friends? And of course- if you could find this type of camp, then you'd be free to work, play or just plain relax on the weeks they're at camp? This book shows you how to give your child the best summer ever without breaking the bank. You can get great quality summer care for your child while they have fun. And the best part is- it's Free. This book will save you thousands of dollars every summer. By following the seven easy steps in this book, you'll be able to not only receive free summer camp for your children, you can even get free babysitting at night! So what are you waiting for? It's easy, fun, and will save you bundles!
An A-z Of Baby Names
Compiled by Patrick Hanks, one of the world's leading authorities on names and naming, this new edition of An A-Z of Baby Names (previously Babies' Names) provides all the help you'll need to find the right name for your newborn.
Here are over 2,500 names in common use in the English-speaking world--ranging from traditional names from Katherine and Michael to Jane and William, to more recent coinages such as Bryn or Chelsea. Readers will find inspiration from plants ("Azalea," "Olive"), from precious stones ("Amber," "Ruby"), from mythological gods and goddesses ("Irene," "Iris"), from the Bible ("Aaron," "Adam," "Miriam," "Naomi"), and much more. Each entry includes the origins and history of the name and, when possible, notable bearers of the name in life and in literature.
The book is also filled with curious facts and interesting tales. We learn that "Casey" comes from folk hero Casey Jones, who acquired the nickname from his birthplace, Cayce, Kentucky. "Brock" was originally a nickname for someone resembling a badger. And "Rose" probably doesn't derive from the flower, but from Germanic words for either "horse" (Hros) or "fame" (hrod).
This reissue includes essential updates as well as a helpful article on how to find the right name or to create your own. In addition, an appendix includes thematic indexes for many name categories such as Biblical names, names from television and films, names from literature and popular culture, pet forms and nicknames, as well as a list of the most popular names by year and by region.
About the Author
Patrick Hanks has been a lexicographer and linguistic researcher for almost three decades. He was Chief Editor for Current English Dictionaries at Oxford University Press, and is now a professor at the University of the West of England in Bristol. His books include Dictionary of American FamilyNames: 3-Volume Set.
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