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Drop the word “Great” in Great Britain

Comment 8th August 2010

The word great has a meaning 



From Oxford Dictionary


great in  grate1

reduce (food) to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater


great in  grate2

the recess of a fireplace or furnace



of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average


Great in  great

denoting the larger or largest part of a place


So the word 

Great Britain is wrong

Why does this matter?


As its not. It used to be, justice is not equal . Police state. To many laws that the Labour party introduced. high tax, dodgy MP's the list grows 

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