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"A Spanish historian, Jorge Romance, has traced the earliest use of the @ symbol in this context to the registry of the taula de Ariza. He dates the document to 1448, over 500 years before the Internet had any need for it." From Oxford Word Blogs, http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2013/05/spanish-internet-terms/
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While the exact origins of the pea coat are uncertain, the Oxford dictionary has the earliest uses of the term pea coat dating back to the early 18th century, from the term Pijjakker or pilot’s jacket in Dutch. One version of the current pea coat as we know it was adopted from the reefer jackets of the British Royal Navy.