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Francis by Patrick J. Marrin for April 12, 2021

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    Pickled Pete  2 months ago

    I used to be a bonehead until I got my degree from Trump University. Now I am a very stable genius.

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    Out of the Past  2 months ago

    Sniff?

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    A# 466  2 months ago

    In chemistry “ortho-” also means “next to, or adjacent to”, hence, orthochlorotoluene.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 2 months ago

    “Ortho” is Greek for “right” or “straight.” “Orthodox” is a correct teaching. “Orthodonty” is straight teeth. “Osto” is bone.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 2 months ago

    God loves you Brother Leo, you have the gift of innocence.

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    stamps  2 months ago

    Actually, in Greek, “orthos” means straight or right and “dox” means opinion, idea or belief.

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    kaffekup   2 months ago

    And a rarely used word, “orthopraxy”, means correct practice.

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    John W Kennedy Premium Member 2 months ago

    (Insert “Babylon 5” joke here.)

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 2 months ago

    Why is the passing Cardinal “sniffing.”

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    MCProfessor  2 months ago

    I think the correct word is osteo.

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