I love learning new words (who doesn’t?) and often remember precisely the source of particularly interesting/fun words like “struthious,” so it’s no surprise that I credit the PC revolution (pre-Internet) with introducing me, via dot-matrix printers, with “boustrophedon.” *

Over to you.

* No, you’ll have to look it up.

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About Dean Quarrell

Mr. Quarrell was born in 1946, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He has so far survived various public schools, community college, university (his baccalaureate degree is in English but written in Latin), the US Air Force, and various employment, including 30 years in the software industry. He lives and writes in New Hampshire.

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The Lit'r'y Life, Writing, (noun & verb)