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 What is the meaning of the surname name Loch?

Answer The surname Loch, referring to a loch or water-filled valley, is Scottish in origin, although beginning in the 17th century, the name (spelled "Lough") became used in Northern Ireland. Records show... Read More »
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What is the meaning of the name Ness?

The surname Ness might derive from Gaelic or Old English; in either case, it stems from the word “nes,” which was used throughout the British Isles and Scandinavia to describe a headland. There... Read More »
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Why did sesame street replace cookie monster with veggie monster?

They didn't replace cookie monster at all: some reporters went berserk over the song "cookie is a sometimes food". they claimed it was cookie monster's new song. What they didn't pay attention to w... Read More »
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Is the sesame street character call the cookie monster or the veggie monster?

The character's name is Cookie Monster. He is sometimes used to promote healthy eating habits, including the idea that veggies are tasty, but the idea that the writers changed the name of the chara... Read More »
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Why did Sesame Street change Cookie Monster to the Veggie Monster?

They didn't. They're just having Cookie Monster set an example to kids. He still has ravenous cookie habits.
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