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Tuesday, August 02, 2005 


#38: Occasionally the weather woman on BBC-insert-number-here announces tomorrow will be "fresher." What on Earth does this mean? Cooler? Less humid? More breezy? A tinge of yummy citrus flavor in the air? What?

(Now that I've acquired a telly, there's a whole new door of British culture open to me. Think of that what you will.)

Generally, it means cooler, less humid and breezier, as opposed to muggier, meaning hotter, more humid and calmer, IOW oppressive. Something I believe you have experienced.

Yeah, but it's always "fresher" ... she never let us know when things were about to get "less fresh".

You missed less fresh. That was 20th June. ;-)

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