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  • Idiom of the Day

    live on borrowed time
    to continue to live or operate longer than circumstances would suggest
    My old car has been living on borrowed time for a long time now.

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    The man (missed an opportunity) when he refused the assignment.

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  • Benefits of Cabbage


    Cabbage has a long history of use both as a food and a medicine. It was developed from wild cabbage, a vegetable that was closer in appearance to collards and kale since it was composed of leaves that did not form a head. It is thought that wild cabbage was brought to Europe around 600 B.C. by groups of Celtic wanderers. It was grown in Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations that held it in high regard as a general panacea capable of treating a host of health conditions.

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