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Talk:Etymology

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Hello Depressing klooper set aside in preference of my english jer, buti danged nice re suggest .— Unsigned, by: 89.28.114.111 / talk / contribs

Etymology of Rule of Thumb[edit]

The etymythology cited within the article was first expressed by an American court who alluded to the existence of the english law and has nothing to do with feminism, radical or otherwise. Altered. 192.76.8.39 (talk) 18:15, 18 July 2014 (UTC)