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21st December 2011

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Some time ago, I don’t even remember what I was looking for in my culture dictionary (Oxford - Guide to British and American Culture) and I came across this definition (you probably can’t read it from the photo):

the ˈTardis tɑːdɪs; AmE ˈtɑːrdɪs/ the vehicle in which *Doctor Who travels through time and space in the British children’s television series. Outside, it looks like an old-fashioned British police telephone box. Inside, it is much larger than outside, and looks like a modern spacecraft: It’s not a very big bag, but it’s like the Tardis, I can fit everything I need in it.

Do people actually say things like that example? 

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