October 17, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 07
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PAGE 16 - Commentary
A 12-year-old Washington 6th-grader recently won a citywide spelling bee that included the following words: narcohypnia, biophagous, stanniferous, stupulose, and pseudosyllogism. The national winner correctly spelled luge.
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The advent of social history has caused the academic subject of history, as most historical researchers define it, to change greatly during the past quarter century.
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