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In this online version, it is more temporary. They put things, see what sticks, and take them out if they disappear. It takes a while for them get into the more authoritative printed dictionary. If someone is big in their sport, they might know this one. Yes, that was me this morning.
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Talk us through this one. Dash-macro smishing. That is a clever one. It sounds nice as well. Some of them, when they sound nice, they stick around. The fraudulent practice of sending text messages from fake companies. So who decides what comes in and out of the dictionary? They will trawl the social media and the waters around. If words start becoming used more frequently, they will take them on and put them in.
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So it is your aspirations and things, as a group. Yes. What do you think of all these new words? It is great, some won't hang around for long, but on a serious note, the fact that language does change and people can create new words, it is a good thing because language has always changed and will always change, and whether some of these stick around, I am not sure.
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That band rainbow move south and east was down towards the Republic of Ireland, Wales and the West Country. There will be a bit of rain in a short space of time so there is a risk of localised flooding across the higher ground of Cumbria.
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It is cloudy for all areas this morning and rather wet as well, particularly across Scotland, northern England, Northern Ireland and the Republic and West Wales. Fairly persistent across Scotland and northern England with heavy downpours and strong winds gusting up to 65 mph off the north-west coast of Scotland.
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Rob, welcome to Breakfast. U2 are just arguing about squad goals. I was contesting it being new, because I thought that is forever being used in a sports environment. We have got goals for the squad, but you are saying that is a different meaning. A similar meaning, but I think the squad is different. We are now saying squads of friends, especially teenage girls.
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They bowled New Zealand out for just 112 to win the third match by 159 runs. Dwayne Pretorious finishing with figures of three wickets for just five runs. Good morning.
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After a week off, the Six Nations returns today. With England not in action until tomorrow, Ireland can go top of the table, with victory against France. Before that, Scotland face Wales at Murrayfield. And South Africa have taken a 2-1 lead in their five-match ODI series against New Zealand.
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Squad goals. Is it training with your friends? No. Do you know what squad goals are? No. Something to do with football? Something with the whole team? The goals you have with people. With your squad. Inspiration, what you are aiming for. Joining us now to help us decipher it all is linguistics expert Rob Drummond from the University of Manchester.
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It is a little tantrum. We are expecting everyone at the Oscars... Label politicise it. It is a shame, but they are going to do it anyway. -- they will politicise it. I think he likes to watch it, so that he can complain. Imagine his Twitter feed. My goodness! Thank you both for coming in. Now we are going to check the sport headlines.
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You will be running stories all day falling about how he lanky -- likely to be panned by his Hollywood critics when they are picking up award. He has decided to hold a black-tie ball and nobody is allowed to watch the Oscars that goes to! And they will not wear ties.
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No, I have never heard of it. No idea. I've never heard of it. Could you hazard a guess? Something to do with a laptop? We have got Freecycle. Anyone know what it is to Freecycle? Is that one of those bikes that kids have? Is it the free hire of bicycles? It is where you advertise things locally for people to come and take away for free.
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From "clicktivism" to "squad goals", more than 300 new words have been added to the online version of the Oxford Dictionary. Many are social media buzzwords, so how many of us really use them? Alison Freeman went to find out. Clicktivism.
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But I think it is polite to come in, if the presenter is wearing a tie, I think that the reviewer should, too. First world problems! We can't resist finishing on Donald Trump and an Oscars story.
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I think nowadays blokes have a real problem deciding, when do you wear a tie, and window don't you? Pretty much as a matter of manners. Tom is wearing a tie, I have come in wearing a tie.
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From here he could view the island that helped him create the National Trust. Now, at last, the island is part of the Trust's portfolio, to be preserved and enjoyed by everyone for ever. Such beautiful scenery.
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Extraordinary. Jeremy Clarkson in the papers, sticking with the transport theme. In his column, he says he's had to borrow a tie for the first time since 1978. I am just reporting what he's saying, not saying whether it is right or wrong.
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And as a conservation charity, that is important to us. This is quite an oak tree, isn't it? It is wonderful. A veteran oak tree. Heaven knows how old it is. The Cannon spent his final years on the shore of Grasmere.
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This story was about a drunk who try to avoid his £6 60 fair, and they knew was seen grabbing onto the back of the train and climbing onto the top. It is like something from a Western movie. It was a bus driver who took that photo from a bridge.
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But it is only now that the Trust has been able to take control of the island. The last owner bequeathed it to them. So now this island belongs to the National Trust, will it be overrun with hundreds of people? I don't think so. Whilst we would never stop people from coming, the physical access to the island is difficult, which makes it a refuge for nature.
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That is exactly the issue that he was concerned about, that bits were being sold off to the highest bidder and they could do whatever they wanted. Absolutely. He was passionate that ordinary people have access to natural beauty in nature. The loss of this island for public use proved the catalyst that inspired him to become a founding father of the National trust.
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Skies will be clear for this weekend, which means sunshine on fresh know for many so it is excellent timing of your heading to the Alps of Austria, Italy and Switzerland this weekend. Petra and Nigel are reviewing the papers with us.
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He planted some shrubbery, which caused a lot of indignation. A respectful letter was written asking him to reconsider some of these changes. The reply was blunt. If you and your friends felt so strongly about what happened to the island, you were perfectly competent to turn up to the sale as I did, and purchase it.