Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
(on a blog) a list of hyperlinks to other blogs or websites.
- ‘I have been thinking of what to do with my blogroll again.’
- ‘Even more prestigious is a place on someone's blogroll, a permanent link to one's own site.’
- ‘The blogroll is at the bottom in a dropdown box.’
- ‘For good stuff, readers can check out the blogroll on my website.’
- ‘Check out my magnificent archives or take a peek into something new in my blogroll.’
- ‘Perhaps the most noticable change is to my blogroll.’
- ‘By the way, I restored the complete alphabetical blogroll.’
- ‘I've also been prompted to freshen up my blogroll.’
- ‘I can't even imagine consistently reading a blog that doesn't have a blogroll.’
- ‘I think it has quite a bit to do with the relative lack of tools to deal with blogrolls.’
- ‘In part four I argued the case for having a reciprocal blogroll.’
- ‘For more on marriage, add Family Scholars Blog to your blogroll.’
- ‘Over the past few days I've updated the blogroll on the left.’
- ‘You can find actual links in the blogroll at left.’
- ‘That was just a morning's surfing; skewed, naturally, towards my blogroll.’
- ‘There's links on the right there to blogs I love reading, in the blogroll.’
- ‘He could have been reading information on my blogroll.’
- ‘I often get asked to mention a new blogger's blog or put them in my blogroll.’
- ‘Here are some outstanding examples of blogging that caught my eye in a leisurely stroll around the blogroll earlier this morning.’
- ‘My blogroll reflects the cyber highway to the world that I've found here.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.