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by Christine Lovatt

"these new rules are predicated on the idea that there will be equal consensus..." Predicated in this sense means 'founded 'or 'based'. It comes from the Latin prae 'beforehand' and dicare 'make known'. It also means affirmed as in "a word which predicates something about its subject"

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The LORD of the house really was the breadwinner. The word comes from the Old English word for bread

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