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Tuesday Word: agathokakological

How was 2013? In answer to this question, you could spend hours subjecting your hapless friends, relatives and/or fellow bar patrons to a rambling recitation of its many, many joys and sorrows. But hey, give them a break -- a late Christmas present! -- and simply answer "agathokakological," which means "comprised of both good and evil" and is thus as useful as it is fun to say (uh-GATH-uh-cack-uh-logical).
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