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2009-01-20 06:48:28
Excellent exposition, professor Greg...I'd always wondered about that.
2009-01-20 06:18:55
AKA, "Bald Eagle". "Balde" or "ballede" in old English, through "balled" in middle English meant "gleaming, white". Balde fell out of usage and was replaced with the quasi-homonym (although not a synonym) "Bald". Hence, "Bald Eagle" actually means "White Eagle". :-)