Sip of the Day – December 13, 2010

Sip of the DayWindows 7: Security

Titera’s Tidbit: Horror
In English, “horror” is a noun or, more often, an adjective related to the act of being frightened, often in the most unpleasant of ways. Speakers of Latin most commonly used its root, horrere, as a verb that gives heft to our modern usage. Horrere means, simply, “to shudder”.

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