Thanet born and bread? Do you know if you are a Kentish Maid, a Man of Kent, a Maid of Kent or a Kentish Man? I am asking this today because the phrase Essex Girl is going to be removed from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, which is used to teach foreign language students English, after campaign group The Essex Girls Liberation Front branded it "very offensive". The phrase will stay in the Oxford English Dictionary as a "type of young woman, supposedly found in and around Essex, and variously characterised as unintelligent, promiscuous and materialistic". Does this mean that Kentish Maid and Maid of Kent are on a slippery slope to Person of Kent or Kentish Person?
https://news.sky.com/story/essex-girl-removed-from-dictionary-after-campaigners-claim-term-is-offensive-12151727 will we see maid of Kent and Kentish maid removed from the dictionary
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