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Language is a living construct. New words are continually added, older words fall out of
general usage, and some words change their meanings along the way. On the latter front, some of my younger colleagues use "adult" as a verb. Responsible, necessary but dull activities like paying bills and repairing our homes qualify as adulting.

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