To expose the rich history and culture archived by MBDA, we'll be highlighting select tags with the goal of exposing recurring themes, interesting linguistic artefacts, prominent history, and user-recommended descriptors.
- Coca-Cola, n. /kokə kolə/
- 'The Coca-Cola Company'
- Founded in 1886 in Atlanta, Georgia, Coca-Cola is today the world's largest beverage company.
- By reading documents tagged Coca-Cola (and Coca Cola, spelling varies in the documents), you can learn interesting facts about Berry and Coke, including how much a share of stock in Coca-Cola cost eighty-four years ago in 1929.
- grippe, n. /grɪp/
- 'influenza; flu'
- A borrowing from French gripper, 'to seize.' Although rare in usage today, grippe was a common term for flu in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Tags are keywords and descriptive terms used to identify a document's principal subjects and themes.
Tags are essential to the categorization of similar documents, and they can help us understand the language and perspectives of MBDA editors as well as document authors.
Tags illustrate the many, diverse topics documented in MBDA correspondence.
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