Sip of the Day – February 23, 2009

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Titera’s Tidbit: Spic and Span
Dutch sailors, back in the days of tall masts, called a ship that had been so thoroughly overhauled as to be almost brand-new spiksplinternieuw, “new in every spike and splinter”. Their British counterparts took up the phrase as a verb, “to spic and span”, meaning to clean and renovate thoroughly. The phrase thus entered American vernacular, helped along by a household detergent of the same name.

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