Thursday, April 01, 2004

Still Learning New Words

Main Entry: no·ta·ry public
Pronunciation: 'nO-t&-rE-
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural notaries public or notary publics
Etymology: Middle English notary clerk, notary public, from Latin notarius clerk, secretary, from notarius of shorthand, from nota note, shorthand character
: a public officer who attests or certifies writings (as a deed) to make them authentic and takes affidavits, depositions, and protests of negotiable paper -- called also notary

Got my passport application in. Got hosed for another $30 because I didn't get it in soon enough. Almost got ploughed down by a speeding cabbie while I was crossing at a crosswalk, following the little walkie man and everything. Got Sushi for lunch to cheer myself up. Sushi is tasty.


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