20 words and expressions with a very interesting history of origin

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1. To lose


This word, as the expression “Hey there, cap!”, has nothing to headgear, spineless intellectuals and other standard images that arise in our mind with you. Word is it’s in the jargon straight from Yiddish and is a warped form of the German verb “schlafen” — “to sleep”. A “hat”, respectively, “Sonia, caught Napping”. While you’re here hat your suitcase draped.

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Why Hubble sees Pluto, but did not see “Apollo”?

Often the question when it comes to modern astronomical possibilities, in the debate about the men landing on the moon. Many impressive colorful shots from the Hubble telescope of distant galaxies and planets on the outskirts of the Solar system, and it seems really on the moon-then we might as well all be considered.
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Why Hubble sees Pluto, but did not see “Apollo”?

Often the question when it comes to modern astronomical possibilities, in the debate about the men landing on the moon. Many impressive colorful shots from the Hubble telescope of distant galaxies and planets on the outskirts of the Solar system, and it seems really on the moon-then we might as well all be considered.
Continue reading “Why Hubble sees Pluto, but did not see “Apollo”?”