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 What is the origin of the term toe head?

Answer From takeourword.com:"Tow means 'flax or hemp fiber', and so tow headed is literally 'flaxen haired'"See http://www.takeourword.com/Issue047.htmlfor more. Cheers, Jonathan
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The origin of the term GI Joe?

The term GI means 'government issued' for instance a GI Bill. and a 'joe' refers to a person. so a GI Joe basically refers to a grunt soldier. In addition to the toy line there was aslo a GIJOE movie.
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What is the origin of the term 'lounge'?

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What is the origin of the term"Jim Dandy"?

The noun phrase, "Jim Dandy," which is often used to describe an outstanding person or thing, first occurred in the 1840s song "Dandy Jim of Caroline." However, writer Gerald Cohen suggests that Ji... Read More »
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What Is the Origin of the Term"Sewing Notions"?

The use of "notions" to describe sewing accessories, such as needles, thread, buttons and bobbins, began in the late 18th century. It stems from the use of "notions" to mean ideas. It was thought t... Read More »
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