Sip of the Day – July 2, 2009

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Titera’s Tidbit: Obituary
In Latin, obire means “go to meet”, particularly in the sense of going to meet one’s maker, often specified as obire mortem, “to go to meet death”. An obituarius was a notice that someone had died, the origin of the modern term with the same meaning.

Sippets:
· Now, This is a Very Creative Resume
· Dress Up Your Ties with the “Merovingian Knot”
· The Pirate Bay Sold To Software Company, Goes Legal
· List of Fireworks Shows in Colorado for the Fourth of July
· Super Sip Shooting – Big Cities at Night While Traveling Light


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