information of historical or sociological importance obtained usually by tape-recorded interviews with persons whose experiences and memories are representative or whose lives have been of special significance.
a book, article, recording, or transcription of such information.
The Most Notorious Nicknames In HistoryNicknames are usually cute endearments we give to friends or loved ones. But sometimes, we attribute nicknames to infamous figures of notoriety. Think "Ivan the Terrible" or "The Butcher of Bosnia" or Vlad the Impaler." Here are the most notorious nicknames in history.
The Irritating History Of ALL CAPSWhat’s up with ALL CAPS? You’re reading an email from a friend one morning, casually sipping a cup of joe, when all of a sudden, BAM. There it is. “I’ve been working WAY TOO MUCH lately, but I’m hanging in there. Dinner Friday?” Wait a minute is that— *Gasp* IT IS. AGH! ALL CAPS! Is that how you’d react in IRL? Probably not, but for …
- oral biology,
- oral cavity,
- oral contraceptive,
- oral eroticism,
- oral herpes,
- oral hygiene,
- oral hygienist,
- oral interpretation,
- oral lactose tolerance test,
- oral law
Origin of oral history
First recorded in 1970–75
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the memories of living people about events or social conditions which they experienced in their earlier lives taped and preserved as historical evidence
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