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Okay, maybe it’s not the “true” meaning of VOX, but the list below gives some funny and historical items that share names with the magazine. Let’s take a look:
Vox by Nicholson Baker: An erotic novel? How exciting! Baker’s book redefines the boundaries and rules of sex and brings up more taboo issues and gives a narrative of a hot phone conversation between two strangers.
VOX Vodka: We cover lots of “Drink This” editions and nightclub happenings, so this upper-scale vodka is one fits right along with having a good, strong beverage after-hours. (Here’s a tip: it’s tasty, too.)
“Vox populi”: This stems from the latin term meaning “voice of the people.” It’s the term for the popular word, or what you could consider the majority opinion/rule.
“Vox” by Sarah Mclachlan: And, apparently, “Vox” is also the title of a beautifully written, somewhat angsty song by the songstress who makes us feel like crying every time we see those sad adopt-an-animal infomercials. Thanks, Sarah Mclachlan.
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