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736 - Ghastly Words for Ghosts. Quid pro Quo.

736 - Ghastly Words for Ghosts. Quid pro Quo.

Update: 2019-10-313
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In honor of Halloween, we look at ghastly words for ghosts. Also, people have been asking how to properly use the phrase "quid pro quo," so we have the answer. (Do you know the plural?)
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736 - Ghastly Words for Ghosts. Quid pro Quo.

736 - Ghastly Words for Ghosts. Quid pro Quo.