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(pronounced heh-BIH-cheh-way) This French word means a devotee, frequent visitor, usual customer, or person who will be found regularly in or at a particular place or kind

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(pronounced HA-leh-jen lamp)

Remember that this type of lamp is really a light bulb. (Refer to “lamp” in the DESIGN SPEAK glossary.) A halogen lamp is the really the shortened name for a tungsten-halogen lamp,

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(rhymes with sand)

No, this is not one of the (hopefully) five-digit appendages dangling at the end of your arms. (Or, in the case of dare-devil Uncle Roddy, the four-digit appendage.) We’re using this

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(pronounced her-ehm-SKER-ehm)

This rhyming doublet was born in the 17th Century, and it describes unruly, reckless, disorganized or out of control situations or events. It’s fun to say, so work it

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(pronounced hach)

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