par·a·gon (pr-gn, -gn)
1. A model of excellence or perfection of a kind; a peerless example: a paragon of virtue.
2. a. An unflawed diamond weighing at least 100 carats.
b. A very large spherical pearl.
3. Printing A type size of 20 points.
transitive verb par·a·goned, par·a·gon·ing, par·a·gons
1. To compare; parallel.
2. To equal; match.
[Obsolete French, from Old French, from Old Italian paragone, from paragonare, to test on a touchstone, perhaps from Greek parakonn, to sharpen : para-, alongside; see para-1 + akon, whetstone; see ak- in Indo-European roots.]
In the future, I’ll add more information. For the moment, Paragon is in the planning/outline phase. Progress on this story will be posted with percentage completions as listed below:
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Hope that helps and gives everyone a better idea of where I’m at on this particular story. If you would like to read something currently in progress, be sure to click on the Stories tab to see what is being worked on, which projects are completed, and what else is currently on hold. ~G.A. Mehan