An apparently older version of the 1pl form [of ‘independent pronoun’] survives in a religious song: /nmimeł. [Otherwise /nmimł] — Thompson, Laurence C. and M. Terry Thompson. 1992. The Thompson language. Missoula, MT:… Continue reading
[Speaker, who is a teacher, says an acronym, then:] “That’s a pneumonic for…” A way of breathing that helps you remember things? Deep! Heard on NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” today.
Cochran, Barbara F. 2011. Seven frontier women and the founding of Spokane Falls. Spokane, WA: Tornado Creek Publications. [Written 1986 or 1987, just before the author’s death.–DDR] page 8: (in chapter I about… Continue reading