After being often asked in the e-mails about the meanings of names of this website’s pages, here’s a final disclosure:

Oeuvre- The French word ‘oeuvre’ originated in the late 19th century and means a body of art, literature or music.

Gazette- A french, early 17th-century-word ‘Gazette’ is synonymous with a journal, bulletin, or digest.

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