On a particularly blustery February South Side day, it is easy to understand why the city of Chicago has the nickname of the “Windy City. As you already may know, " the windy city" was actually a phrase used by the city of Chicago to promote their breezey beaches. LATER, a writer for the New York. Dana is often credited with popularizing the “Windy City” moniker, yet according to David Wilton's book “Word Myths: Debunking Linguistic.
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So it's settled, right? It is also recommendable to cut out starchy foods with a glycemic index of higher than 55 in order to bring our liver metabolism back to normal normal triglyceride and LDL cholesterol production. With our sugar consumption having spiraled upwards in the last years, this surplus sugar metabolism is causing more and more problems. MORE FROM Life's Big Questions. This term has long been popular in African American Vernacular English. Thank you for your contribution! Cards Under The Watery.
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THE WINDY メドレー It was sooo nice. Just a decade or so later, it began to be used to refer to the mysterious lights sometimes seen at night over bogs, swamps, and marshes. My dad actually ended up driving to Chicago on Sunday, too, because he had something come up for work last-minute. Over time, kids refined the prank and began carving crude faces into the pumpkins to kick up the fright factor and make the lanterns look like disembodied heads. Any Pinterest finds that have you swooning? So it was even better that I could see them both!