in black and white
see black and white, def. 3.
What’s the difference between green and black tea? And who is the “Earl” in “Earl Grey?”
Whether you start your morning with coffee or tea — it’s part of who you are, but how much do you know about either caffeinated beverage? If you want to learn the mysterious origin of coffee’s name and more, click here. This is about the drink that comes from leaves, not beans. “Tea” comes from the Chinese d’a, and transformed into tea or ch’a depending on …
Last Month In Pop Language: Black Panther And Other Best Sellers
by Molly Rosen Marriner This is our first installment of Last Month in Pop Language, a column where the most popular (statistically) song, book, and film of the month will have their words analyzed in hopes of drawing a conclusion about language’s current usage—and future. At the end of each monthly column, we’ll draw a conclusion: Was last month’s pop language masterly, malevolent, or merely …
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