/ (ˈwæɡlə) /
angling a float only the bottom of which is attached to the line
“Infamous” vs. “Notorious”: Why Is There A Difference?Infamous and notorious are commonly interchanged terms used to describe someone or something that is famous for being negative in some way. There are times when either will work, yet in other cases, one word is a better fit.
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