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Does 'Folgers' mean anything? or 'Reebok'? At least it didn't mean 'bite the wax tadpole'.
At least it didn't mean 'bite the wax tadpole'.
In seeking court permission for its demise, Hostess said it wants to pay as much as $1.75 million in incentive bonuses to 19 senior managers during the liquidation.
Apologies for a double post, but I just got this through one of my feeds:Hostess, maker of Twinkies, seeks permission to pay manager bonusesI might be hallucinating, but doesn't 'getting an incentive' usually mean you did something other than failing big time?
Folgers is a last name so yes. Reedbok was apparently actually found by the creator in a dictionary so that also has one. The real problem here is that words and their meanings do not cross perfectly over into others.
Isn't "Reebok" an Afrikaans word for some breed of Antelope?
No, it's Dutch >.>http://vroegevogels.vara.nl/Video.742.0.html?&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=361455&cHash=6ece6ce1a97caa8acc7d225c2fe273f8
Linguistically, Afrikaans and Dutch are rather similar. It came from the 17th century Dutch settlers of the Cape area.
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