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TOPIC: Language nam nam
[Nicky007] Saturday, February 27, 2010 4:42:35 AM 
Now let's take the adjectives barbarian, barbaric, and barbarous. They have different meanings.

I'l quote from again, simply cause it has the best explanation that I'v seen:

Barbarian, barbaric, barbarous pertain to uncivilized people.  Barbarian is the general word for anything uncivilized: a barbarian tribe.  Barbaric has both unfavorable and mildly favorable connotations, implying crudeness of taste or practice, or conveying an idea of rude magnificence and splendor: barbaric noise.  Barbarous emphasizes the inhumanity and cruelty of barbarian life: barbarous customs.

Now tell me, guys:  Is the music of Judas Priest barbaric noise ?

And of course the last test question in my original thread was a prank  

Edited at: Saturday, February 27, 2010 4:43:11 AM
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