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Re: OT Linguistica (Re: questions for loopers)

>> What does "wrok" mean? An anagram on "rework"? "Wreck"? "Wok"?
> It's a form of popular music, more often known as "wrok and wroll."

would it be fair to call them now the wrolling stones? they do look a
bit wrinkle...