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Madcap monikers! Odd company names to be banned in China

"BeijingAfraidofWifeTechnology"and"WhatYouLookingatTechnology"arejusttwoexamplesofthekindofcompanynamethatwillsoonbeathingofthepast.Afterlaunchingacampaigntoeli

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Talk dirty to me? US literature sees growth in use of swear words

MarkTwainoncesaid,“Thereoughttobearoomineveryhousetoswearin,”because“it’sdangeroustohavetorepressanemotionlikethat.”TheAmericanhumorist'scallforuseofobscenelang

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Meet author of world's first English K-pop dictionary

Many international K-pop fans are eager to fully understand what their favorite stars are saying but not all of them can afford to learn the Korean language.

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Women from Venus, men still from Mars on Facebook, study finds

Women used warmer, gentler words in their status updates on Facebookcompared to men, who were more likely to swear, express anger and use argumentative language, a study of 10 million postings released on Wednesday found.

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