Why Flabby Is a Fine Adjective for 2020 and Beyond

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I first encountered the word flabby used creatively in the Adam Smith, Esq. blog. I read Bruce MacEwen’s law firm commentary mainly for the quality and sparkle of the writing and, at the time, I thought it was a thoughtful use of a word typically confined to, at least in my experience, less-than-taut midsections. Naturally, all efforts to find the post have been unsuccessful, but I’m certain of the…

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Kristen is a librarian-author whose work has appeared in VESSEL, RNOPH and Law Library Journal, among other publications. Visit kristenhallows.com.

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Kristen M. Hallows

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Kristen is a librarian-author whose work has appeared in VESSEL, RNOPH and Law Library Journal, among other publications. Visit kristenhallows.com.

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