|Written by Michael Fones|
|Monday, 15 December 2008 13:30|
In the book, "Exaltation of Larks” by James Lipton, the author offers a collection of words that group like items. Among them: a gaggle of geese, flaps of nuns, a peep of chickens, a peel of vacationers, a twaddle of public speakers, a grope of groupies, a hive of allergists, a void of urologists, a wheeze of joggers and a lie of golfers.
a _________________ of Dominicans