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The Turkish Shop Reviving Forgotten Words

This shop is reviving forgotten words from a polarized language.
News + Politics

There’s a Word for Needing a Nap After Lunch

Need to rest to digest? The Italians have the concept down.
Around the World

There's a Word for Everyday Happiness

Danes and Germans only need a single word for cozy, warm and welcoming environments.
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The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
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There's a Word for Truly Understanding Your Friend

We all want someone to see us — to really, really see us.
News + Politics

There's a Word for Relationships Written in the Stars

The Chinese have a word for what brings soul mates — of all types — together.
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There's a Word for Every Shade of Sadness

Czech is a famously difficult language now spoken by few.
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There’s a Word for Buying Books and Not Reading Them

Tsundoku is the condition of acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up rather than reading them.
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There's a Word for Strutting and Flirting

In Italy, romance has all kinds of names.
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There's a Word for Your Thanksgiving Gluttony

This Thanksgiving, you won’t be the only one eating past the point of oblivion.
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The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
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There's a Word for Your Weird Book Addiction

Addicted to books? The Germans have a word for you.
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The Most Divisive Word in Britain

Every Brit knows what a “chav” is.

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