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Wikipedia declined my definition of Thesaurus—I can’t understand why: “The Thesaurus was a large theropod, about 26 ft. in length, weighing between 1.6–2.9 tons. It lived during the late Cretaceous (99-65 million years ago), and its fossilized remains have been found from Patagonia in Argentina to Joanna Smith’s house at 237 Lincoln Drive in Augusta, Kansas. A meat eater in the family Dictionarae, it subsisted mostly on Synonyms, although during extended periods of drought it was known to have eaten Acronyms, and perhaps even Antonyms. This last is conjectural.”

—Rich Calo


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