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comment “Combination” versus “Amalgamation”
Honestly I'm quite puzzled (and annoyed) at why I didn't just use union in the first place haha. Thanks for that. What do you think about harmonious blend. Redundant?
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asked “Combination” versus “Amalgamation”
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comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
@Pureferret I was just making sure that no other great answers came along but I am quite satisfied with this and have accepted it.
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accepted Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
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comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
I guess. I like what burhan said below, though. Primal was not precise enough in the first place.
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comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
These two are near-perfect, I'll live with the adjectives haha. Thanks man!
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comment Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
I like the explicit comparisons you drew here. Thank you for that!
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asked Noun describing one who “acts on emotion primally”?
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asked How can I determine the proper stressing of words?
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comment Correct usage of (n)fold, where n is any integer greater than or equal to one?
Thank you for the great answer, glad I checked back!
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comment Correct usage of (n)fold, where n is any integer greater than or equal to one?
Thanks for the clarification and explanation, didn't realize the answer I accepted was incorrect.
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accepted Correct usage of (n)fold, where n is any integer greater than or equal to one?
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asked Correct usage of (n)fold, where n is any integer greater than or equal to one?