RIVER THAMES (n.) Watercourse meandering through London once called ‘liquid history’, today ‘liquid wet wipes’ doth describe this morass of rubbish.
Dr. Johnson’s London Dictionary for publick consumption in the twenty-first century avail yourself on Twitter @JohnsonsLondon
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That’s a good modern definition, David.
Best wishes, Pete.
I watched the BBC documentary when the pressure group Thames21 showed just what’s happening in the Thames.
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