The power of semantics

Words can have great meaning, if you understand what they signify. For example:

Wind in the Willows,  Bradley, Nimrod, Jerusalem, Flower of Scotland, Danny Boy, Cwm Rhondda, Abide with Me, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, smokestacks, Milton’s Pandemonium, Ex Terra Lucem, a floating tree, Accrington Pals, Remembrance, GOSH, NHS, unions, The Jarrow march, Suffragettes, Chelsea Pensioners, Empire Windrush, soldiers, sailors, airmen, Voldemort, Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Cruella de Vil, Queen, Queen (of Hearts), Queen (parachuting), queens (pearly kings and), pyjamas, BBC shipping forecast, bucolic, Bond, Bean, Beatles, bands, builders, bicycles, beds, bhangra, Bonkers, Branagh, bells, Bells (Tubular), Becks, Born Slippy, boating song (The Eton), Bubbles (I’m forever blowing), The Thames, The Tempest, The Tor, Trainspotting, Tinie Tempah, Tiger Feet, TV (1st lesbian kiss on), Tardis (sound of), Tim, this is for everyone, MINI, mosh pit and posh pit, A Matter of Life and Death, My Generation, Charlie Chaplin, Stan Laurel , Gregory’s Girl, Kes, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Rizzle Kicks, TBL 2012, Millie Small, Ska,  Pretty Vacant, London Calling, Firestarter,  E3, Grime, CND, pogo-ing punks on pogos, Ziggy, The Jam, The Summer of Love, raves, Doreen Lawrence, Arctic Monkeys, the digital revolution, copper petals and na na na na.

Do you know what I am describing?

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