Glenelg: History of a Palindrome

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Word Ways, Vol: 28, Issue: 3, Page: 4

Publication Year:
1995
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https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol28/iss3/4
Author(s):
Tilque, Dan
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Linguistics
article description
It lies in an obscure corner of Scotland, facing the Isle of Skye across the Sound of Sleat. It's accessible only by a single road across the steep Highland hills. It's a remote Highland town that would be totally uninteresting to anyone but it's inhabitants except for the symmetry of its name: GLENELG.