By Carl Darling Buck
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Passed down through oral culture, Texas people sayings are expressive, certain, important, pleasant, fairly descriptive, often strange, and continually pleasing. "Bubbas" have a manner of speaking which could go away the remainder of us pondering what is been acknowledged. a lot of the colourful language of those rural folks harks again to the early days of Texas settlers, and has been in use ever on account that.
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A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages: A Contribution to the History of Ideas by Carl Darling Buck