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Saturday & Sunday Word: Indicia & Sociogauspection

in•di•ci•a [ɪnˈdɪʃ i ə]:
origin: [1626] Latin; plural of indicium= signs.

Distinctive marks, signs, or indications -- particularly those used by postal services.

socio•gau•spec•tion [ɪnˈdɪʃ i ə]:
origin: [1626] Latin; plural of socio= society + spection= scrutiny; inspection

"People-watching" as an activity.

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