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PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/08 - Word of the Year 2008

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/08 - Word of the Year 2008

Public Address Word of the Year 2008
Posted at 8:49AM on 28 Nov 08
What'll it be, customers? Last year, Public Address readers voted "Te Qaeda" as the Word of the Year 2007, followed by "sub-prime" and "it's business time". As ever, you're invited to nominate and debate words for 08 here, in advance of a final online vote. And along the way, there'll be two cases of wine from Vavasour going to the cleverest amongst you.,1545,

Just Friday | Nov 28, 2008 11:14
Russell Brown's Hard News
Much as I feel I should comment meaningfully on the grim news abroad, this week has been enough of a struggle as it is. The seriousness is not within me. So, if I promise to resist the temptation to make non-medical use of my cough syrup, will you...


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