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Word of the week: Paraph

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Paraph (noun)
[paraf]

“You might be fooled into thinking that this is short for ‘paragraph’ but it actually refers to a flourish made after or below a signature, which was originally used to prevent forgery. The practice is still used today, but the word itself hasn’t been widely used since the 1800s.”

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