Cache , “a hidden store,” is sometimes confused with cachet , “prestige, appeal.” Both words come from French, but cache is pronounced like “cash,” while cachet rhymes with “sashay.” The confusion may be encouraged because we often don’t write final accents for words borrowed from French like resume and protege , so people may mistakenly think that cache is one of these words ending in an “ay” sound. 'Words Almost Everyone Mixes Up Or Mangles': 7 Entries From The New American Heritage Book (PHOTOS)
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Randy Susan Meyers: 41 Over 40: Novelists Debuting Over Age 40 (PHOTOS) I tried to resist writing this -- especially after my plea against categorizing authors. Plus, so many of us hide our age in this world of never-get-old, unearthing this information, even in our Google-ized world, was difficult. But, recently, along with the plethora of lists of writers under 40, I was faced with the declaration that, as headlined in a Guardian UK article about writers, "Let's Face It, After 40 You're Past It." Then I read Sam Tanenhaus opine in the New York Times that there was "an essential truth about fiction writers: They often compose their best and most lasting work when they are young.
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Ben Maurer, perhaps Mr. MacIntyre’s only friend in the Bensonhurst building, said he had looked increasingly distraught and depressed in recent months. “He didn’t feel well; he was upset about his family situation, upset about his upbringing,” Mr. Maurer said. “His life was bleak, almost like there was nothing to look forward to.” The Last Story of F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre