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Audio about walking New 23 Apr, 2024

BBC WorldService | Water Walks

BBC World Service journeys around the world to the sharp end of water provision. From Asia to Africa to the Americas.

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Stuck, A. (2024). BBC WorldService | Water Walks. walk · listen · create. https://walklistencreate.org/2024/04/23/bbc-worldservice-water-walks/

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snaffle, snoodle

These fanciful-sounding words have no definitive origin: They probably just sounded right to someone who was sauntering, which is what they both mean. An Oxford English Dictionary (OED) example from 1821 describes someone “soodling up and down the street.” Credits to Mark Peters.

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