[T10] Embiggening

John Geldman John.Geldman at taec.toshiba.com
Wed Jul 17 09:54:22 PDT 2019


My homework was based on listening to some Zep. But I’m sure you got to:

The verb's first recorded use is in an 1884 edition of the British journal Notes and Queries<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notes_and_Queries>: A Medium of Intercommunication for Literary Men, General Readers, Etc.by C. A. Ward, in the sentence "but the people magnified them, to make great or embiggen, if we may invent an English parallel as ugly. After all, use is nearly everything."[2]<https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/embiggen#cite_note-2>


  1.  ^ <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/embiggen#cite_ref-2> Ward, C. A. (1884) Notes and Queries: A Medium of Intercommunication for Literary Men, General Readers, Etc‎[1]<https://www.google.com/books?id=I20JAAAAQAAJ&q=embiggen&dq=embiggen&pgis=1>, Oxford University Press, page 135


From: Tom Friend <tomf at illuminosi.com>
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Subject: RE: [T10] Embiggening

A curse be upon you. After seeing this, I ended up on a 15 minute sojourn through Googleland researching the true origin of this fine word. No, it didn’t come from the Simpsons first, although their contribution is truly cromulent.

Enjoy Shakopee folks,

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From: t10-bounces at t10.org<mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org> <t10-bounces at t10.org<mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org>> On Behalf Of John Geldman
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 10:35 PM
To: Joe Breher <joe at lingua-data.com<mailto:joe at lingua-data.com>>
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Subject: Re: [T10] Embiggening

I got my homework assignment.
Sent from my Phone

On Jun 12, 2019, at 10:32 PM, Joe Breher <joe at lingua-data.com<mailto:joe at lingua-data.com>> wrote:
"Finally, there’s the small bends against the open string, most prominently heard in the intro to “Whole Lotta Love.” Like the bending into a chord heard on “Black Dog,” this was probably employed to embiggen the guitar sound. In this instance, though, it also adds a bit of dissonance, giving the riff its unique swagger. “

Just something seen on an unrelated channel. Enjoy.

Joe Breher
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lingua data, LLC
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