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A Word in Your Ear

Music

  1. "A Word in Your Ear" is a musical album of Alfie.
    • released on (12 years ago)
  2. "A Word in Your Ear" is a musical single of Alfie.
    • released on (12 years ago)

Writings

  1. "A word in your ear" is a book by Philip Howard.
  2. "A word in your ear" is a book by Ivor John Carnegie Brown.
  3. "A word in your ear" is a book by Ian Alistair Gordon.

Miscellanea

A Word in Your Ear is a game show that originally aired BBC1 from 19 April 1993 to 14 October 1994 then on The Family Channel from 1995. It was hosted by Gordon Burns. The host presided over male and female pairs of celebrities as they participate in a few rounds of communication games.

  • begun on and completed in (20 years ago)
  • 40 episodes of 25 minutes each
  • country: United Kingdom
  • regular cast: Gordon Burns
  • genre: Game show

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Google previewA Dictionary of Hiberno-English (2006)

The Irish Use of English by Terence Patrick Dolan

A Word in Your Ear, Dublin: ...

Google previewThe New Dickson Baseball Dictionary (1999)

A Cyclopedic Reference to More Than 7,000 Words, Names, Phrases, and Slang Expressions that Define the Game, Its Heritage, Culture, and Variations by Paul Dickson

Philip Howard (A Word in Your Ear, 1983) notes that the Falklands War of 1982 revived this term in the United Kingdom and that the British had to be reminded that it was not an Americanism but, in fact, made its first literary appearance in ...

Google previewAn Analytic Dictionary of the English Etymology (2008)

An Introduction by Anatoly Liberman

A Word in Your Ear. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Onions, C. T. See ODEE, SG, and SOD. Ono, Shigeru. 1981a. The Old English Equivalents of Latin cognoscere and intelligere: The Dialect and Temporal Distribution ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of Word Origins (2010)

by Julia Cresswell

A word in your ear is of similar vintage, coming from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing". 'Come you hither sirra, a word in your ear, sir'. People sometimes say a word to the wise or a word to the wise is enough to imply that only a hint or ...

Google previewThe Dickson Baseball Dictionary (2009)

by Paul Dickson

Philip Howard (A Word in Your Ear, 1983) noted that the Falklands War of 1982 revived this term in the United Kingdom and that the British had to be reminded that it was not an Americanism but, in fact, made its first literary appearance in ...

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