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And it came to pass, in the January edition of History Today, that David Crystal spoke of English grammar, the laws whereof forbid us to write 'and' at the begriming of a sentence ('The King's Good Book').
Realization that the blackout is not anmesia or forgetting or malingering or Freudian repression, but rather is failure to form memory is just begriming to be understood.
True to its title, the work's begriming sequences, executed over a ten-year period, focus on pre-Hispanic themes--including the arrival of the first human settlers to the fertile Valley of Mexico and the foundation, in the 1300s, of an autonomous Tlaxcalan state that for 200 years fought for survival against the relentless attacks of its neighbors, the warlike Mexica, commonly known as the Aztecs.