Emcee

Martin

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> According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, "emcee" entered the English
> language in 1933 -

Which English language?

In Great Britain, there are a lot of people that use the English language,
and there are more and more that copy what others do across the water.

Martin,
back in still frozen Grenoble (why did I not stay down south?)

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