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    For several days I have been searching the web for some clear evidence
    of the source or colloquial use of the word worrywart
    If any one has some tidbit they would like to share please E-mail me at
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    thanks
    running

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    English Idioms
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    Brief Verse (Couplets)
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    http://depts.gallaudet.edu/englishwo.../main/prep.htm

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