I don't think I have something interesting to say about me. But I feel the urge to tell you anyway.

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Good Question
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comment Meaning of "fearless to a fault"
All right, I couldn't parse the phrase properly.
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asked Meaning of "fearless to a fault"
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awarded Popular Question
Aug
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revised "It's a-me !" -- just an imitation of an Italian accent or something more?
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comment "It's a-me !" -- just an imitation of an Italian accent or something more?
That is definitely true. In fact, my transcription was not accurate, since I included it in square brackets (phonetic notation); so yours is the right one. However, if we were to transcript it in phonological terms, it would be correct to note it as /ˈraʦʦa/. I'll correct my answer. :-) If any of you can read Italian, I suggest you take a look at this post.
May
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revised Origin of “Homeward ho!”
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accepted Origin of “Homeward ho!”
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comment Origin of “Homeward ho!”
Thank you, you've been very clear. In your view, does it have an old-fashioned feel to it?
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asked Origin of “Homeward ho!”
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accepted Apart from + infinitive
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comment Apart from + infinitive
Thanks. To your knowledge, is it a common mistake or just an occasional one?
May
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comment Apart from + infinitive
What startles me is that the reporter read and recorded a text he had prepared before. Didn’t he realize that he had made such a howler?
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asked Apart from + infinitive
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answered Can one use "hopefully" in an absolute sense?
Feb
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comment What does “pace and poise” mean?
Thank you for your comments. I’m sorry to have posed a pointless question, but I googled this pair of adjectives and, given the occurrences, it seemed to me that it could be considered an idiom, in a sense. Thank you again. :-)
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asked What does “pace and poise” mean?
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