There are a few unique words and expressions in the Bible that have made their way into common English speech.
One of those words is “shibboleth,” which refers to a word, a mannerism, or a mode of dress that is peculiar to a group. It comes from an incident recorded in Judges 12, a conflict between two Israelite tribes, the Ephraimites and the Gileadites.
There are many mysteries and riddles which defy understanding, even today.
One of those is the common names applied to objects or tangible things, especially some plant species found in the local environment.
My dog got a hold of my press pass the other day and brought it to his pit of death, which is a cooler term for under the dining room table.
He put a few bite marks into it, but luckily, the pass lives on, which means more opportunities are on the horizon for me in the world of covering sports.
The climb to the top is always a challenge, but it is the goal of many.
The route is never a straight line or simple.
Last month, I saw a meme that pictured a U.S. weather map where every state but ours was overlaid in colors of icy blue and purple showing frigid temperatures and heavy snow.
The entire state of Florida was overlaid in sunshine yellow and boasted temps in the low 80s north to south. That week in Navarre, our overnight temps dipped into the high 20s and the daytime temps barely crested 40 degrees.
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