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bellows—the lungs 1842. I sort of wonder if this was derived from “to bellow”, as in hollering at people.
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Come to think of it, “holler” is a pretty interesting word itself.
Here I’ll go off-topic if I may to alert folks that if you google Al Franken/Huffington Post there are two good stories about the FCC making alarming rulings that would affect websites like this one regarding net neutrality. Corporate websites should be banned from “priority pricing” that lets them buy the fast lanes on the Internet, leaving us in the slow. We need a Paul Revere community of independent bloggers so we can alert each other to crucial upcoming FCC rulings and make our voices heard.
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