make like a tree
debaron at UIUC.EDU
Fri Feb 27 17:51:23 UTC 2004
I think I began using "Make like a noun and decline" around 1960--I'd
just started Latin-- in response to the popularity of "Make like a tree
and leave," which seemed relatively new at the time.
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