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Cubs galore

The time has come to find out where cub came from. I dealt with cub in my etymological dictionary, but a quick look at the word may not hurt, the more so as cub, which surfaced in English texts only in the early sixteenth century, turned out to be an aggressive creature: it ousted whelp, and later the verb to cub came into existence. Whatever the origin of cub (and the answer will be only partly illuminating), the constant suppression of old words by upstarts is a process worth noticing, regardl...
Tags: Books, Celtic, Celts, Kopf, Daniel Sancho, Cub, Celtomania, Foucault Image, Kaldari


Five tasty dishes from Marbella, Spain

Imagine yourself in Marbella, one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol in Spain. Offering Mediterranean sunshine, sandy beaches and many excellent restaurants, Marbella is a great place to try out some traditional Spanish cooking. If you’re planning a holiday in the sun, here are some of the most popular dishes you’ll find on the menus of the restaurants and hotels in Marbella. Gazpacho Gazpacho is a cold soup that’s popular in Marbella and all over Spain, in fact al...
Tags: Europe, Featured, Spain, Leisure, Guest Post, Food And Drink, Mediterranean, Málaga, Andalucia, Andalusia, Eating And Drinking, Misc, Marbella, Costa del Sol, Marbella Spain, Marbella Gazpacho Gazpacho