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Who Is Judge Selya And Why Does He Write Like That?

As a takeoff from Beanie's comment on my "logophilia" article yesterday, here's a quick round up of some of the unusual words used by The Honorable Bruce M. Selya, who sits on the First Circuit.

Feel free to add comments for any other wordsmiths out there.

Here we go:

Selya-cabulary;

Bashman's 20 Q's;

Language hat;

and,

The Puerto Rico Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

There's more out there, I'm sure, but you'll have to excuse my lethologica. You see, I am not at all lexiphanic, having put forth this post as a lucubrationous and lubricious effort.

All of which words were liberally liberated from The Superior Person's Book of Words. No, it doesn't belong to me. I borrowed it from my partner.

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