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People who rule over others are called rulers. A ruler is also a measurement device. It turns out these "rulers" have the same origin: "a principle or maxim governing conduct, formula to which conduct must be conformed"
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Why are psychiatrist sometimes called "shrinks"? -- Many modern phrases about behavior and personality trace their roots to phrenology, including “highbrow,” “lowbrow,” and “well rounded”
submitted 1 year ago by magnora7 from english.stackexchange.com