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Question about the origin of the term heyday
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2014/07/06
8:31am
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In the discussion, Grant mentioned a phonetic similarity to a German greeting.  There is also a phonetic similarity to the Chamorro greeting (Guam)  Hafa Adai

2014/07/11
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