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comment Significance of the word 'a' in Neil Armstrong's speech
"begs the question" does not mean what you ( and many native speakers) think it means.
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comment Is a film actor a “thespian”?
Doing a google search for Schwarzenegger and thespian gets hits of it being used ironically.
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comment Meaning of twenty testosterone-charged men
Both males and females have testosterone, but in a figurative sense, it's supposedly a hormone associated with male behaviour. I've got an answer at english.stackexchange.com/a/96155/1420 that might help you understand what's being meant.
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answered Etymology of testosterone-charged men?
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comment Meaning of twenty testosterone-charged men
Related question: english.stackexchange.com/questions/56582/…
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comment Which of “couldn't”, “can't”, and “doesn't” for 13/13/13?
@Fortiter your point being?
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comment Which of “couldn't”, “can't”, and “doesn't” for 13/13/13?
@jwpat7 that sounds like something a programmer or a mathematician or a logician would say. (Then again, most people on Stack Exchange come here via Stack Overflow!)
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comment Does “grim” share an etymology with the surname “Grimm”?
What's a "gram-word"?
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comment Does “grim” share an etymology with the surname “Grimm”?
@gmcgath TV Tropes' Disneyfication page actually states that the Brothers Grimm Disneyfied.
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asked Which of “couldn't”, “can't”, and “doesn't” for 13/13/13?
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comment What's meant by wishing for a child “as red as blood, and white as snow”?
@MετάEd thanks for explaining your closevote.
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asked Does “grim” share an etymology with the surname “Grimm”?
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asked What's meant by wishing for a child “as red as blood, and white as snow”?
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comment What does “high-capacity magazine clip” mean?
"It's" shouldn't have an apostrophe when used in a possessive sense.