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It’s a Funny Old World

The Meaning of Liff, a dictionary of ‘things that there should be words for but aren’t’, by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd, published in the United Kingdom in 1983 and the United States in 1984, encouraged a Times reader to offer new meanings to place names.

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