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What separates them …

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BROGUE—When I watched Sex in the City I laughed at the concept that Carrie Bradshaw would be obsessed with expensive shoes. However, I realise I have my own shoe obsession. While Ms Bradshaw purchases a wardrobe full of expensive designer shoes (with brand names such as Manolo Blahniks, Christian Louboutins and Jimmy Choos) I always desired a pair of English brogues.

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Speaking of brogues

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Tim Entwisle attentive to the magic of words takes RozelleTV on a journey.

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ROSE-COLOURED-GLASSES Wearing rose-coloured glasses is an expression for seeing everything in an attractive, pleasant light. On one hand it is cheerful optimism that sees only the good in the world and on the other it is naïve, self-delusion.

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Celebrating International Bouillabaisse Day is quite appealing and it should be supported. Bouillabaisse is fisherman's stew from Marseille.

Something fishy about National Bouillabaisse Day

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KNICKERS—I love the British word, knickers, for ladies underpants. It has a gentle naughtiness without being vulgar. In Britain it has surpassed all its rivals: smalls, briefs, panties, bloomers and completely replaced its predecessor, drawers. http://www.madrigal.com.au/2015/12/03/knickers-bloomers-drawers/

Nothing moderate about booze

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As Christmas approaches we will be looking forward to the seasonal feasts of rich food washed down with our favourite booze.

Nothing moderate about booze

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Dutch windmill

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Trilobite fossil

Digging up the meaning of fossil

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HALLELUJAH Goodbye to Leonard Cohen. His most famous song Hallelujah comes from the words for praise to the Lord.

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