Canadian Sayings 2: 1,000 Folk Sayings Used by Canadians

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McArthur, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 168 pages
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Folk sayings are passed by word of mouth in communities where life and work are shared, and Bill Casselman has collected 1,000 absolute beauties in this all new edition.

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Contents

1000 Canadian Sayings Arranged in 240 Categories 1 Abuse II
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All Is Not Well
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Anger3
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Copyright

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BILL CASSELMAN is the author of the best-sellers Canadian Sayings, Casselman's Canadian Words, What's In a Canadian Name? and the award-winning Canadian Food Words. He has been a writer, broadcaster, and performer for thirty-four years, including three years as a producer for CBC's This Country in the Morning on radio. Casselman has written for The Toronto Star and The Montreal Gazette and for magazines such as Toronto Life, The Panic Button, and Canadian Geographic.

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