Not sure if I’ll make it back to where I am now.
I like this definition:
1. among the ancient Jews, every seventh year, in which, according to Mosaic law, the land and vineyards were to remain fallow and debtors were to be released
2. a year or half year of absence for study, rest, or travel, given at intervals, originally every seven years, to teachers, in some colleges and universities. – Webster’s New World Dictionary
Won’t take that long to write, I suppose.
But self-editing may limit my prose.
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