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The word “heretic” comes from the Greek word haretos, meaning “sinner.”It is used to describe those who believe in witchcraft or supernatural beliefs.The term is often associated with ancient Greek myths and legends that depict witches, sorcerers and other supernatural creatures.The phrase was coined in the late 19th century by English physician James Watson.In the …

What the Oxford English Dictionary has to say about the ‘OECD’

“The OECD is a group of developed countries, and I’m a member,” he said.“It’s an organization that’s very concerned with the economic and social wellbeing of people.I think that’s important.”“I’m sure that if we did the job right, we’d have a lot of good things to say, but we need to make sure that we’re …