Tissue? Or paper? Though the semantics properties might be in support of the ownership as the paper, the semantic feature doesn't do that well so.
Lately I wrote a post in my facebook but it has come to think if I have done any big mistake more than perhaps one or two instances. Those 3 instances then, having the use of 'toilet tissue' rather than 'toilet paper', the use of adjective class of word 'excretory' if not in an appropriate context, and just as well with the same with the word 'pendulum', relying if not at all in their proper linguistic correctness elevated some thoughts as to if they should be corrected. Here is the facebook post in context:
Nevertheless I come to conclude the use of 'toilet tissue' is being correct though we never here from anyone otherwise. With our binary semantics, or binary features, for the proper, they are indeed rather tissue but I don't have the lexical semantic analyzes as to when and where their merger took place.
The use of word 'excretory', though a fading nature by the time now, seems to be for correctness in context. And interestingly I found a chapter devoted to 'excretion' in book for 'dental care' just yesterday when I visited University of Manitoba HSC library to see if anything out there to cure tooth pain to those who doesn't have the provincial health care, a systematized and extremely politicized public good nowadays in certain provinces and particularly in Manitoba, so to speak.
The use of word 'pendulum' is perhaps not correct in context, but where this could be appropriate than this one is still a puzzle to me certainly.