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Word of the day derring-do

by Christine Lovatt

Derring-do has a delightful history, passing through the hands of our favourite writers. Chaucer used dorryng do meaning 'daring to do' but it was misprinted as derrynge do: this was misinterpreted by Spenser to mean 'manhood, chivalry' and later popularised by Sir Walter Scott. It now means 'action displaying heroic courage'.

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CALIFORNIA is named from a fictional island in a Spanish romance novel written in 1510

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