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Up In The Air

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To Have Butterflies

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Jack of All Trades

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The Calm Before the Storm

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Wake-Up Call

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Shenandoah and Its Native American Roots

Every word has its own story. Where did it come from? How did it get into the language? Today’s word in “Shenandoah.” Hundreds of years ago a Native American chief named Shenandoah lived with his tribes in what is now the state of Virginia. Little is known about Shenandoah, but in some way, the soft sound of his name was given to a river. The Shenandoah River still flows in a deep valley between the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains, just as it did when Chief Shenandoah lived. It is a slow moving river, soft and as beautiful as its name.

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Burning Bridges

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Don't Hold Your Breath

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In Over My Head

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