I don’t usually eat nuts because I’ve heard they’re very high in fat. But my friends—who are kind of “health nuts” when it comes to their eating habits—tell me that they’re good for me. Whom do I believe?
The word “nut” is not always complimentary. Consider the usage in the following: a “loose nut” (as in “at the wheel”), the »
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