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Existence seems to be a paradox of self-causality.


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accepted Why are these two adages called “razor”?
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revised What does the expression “Brothers in Arms” mean?
Capitalization
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comment Why are these two adages called “razor”?
Speculation is not completely offtopic to me. I speak english as a foreign language and sometimes I lack the simplest definitions and am not capable of even speculating as a native speaker.
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comment Why are these two adages called “razor”?
I just wrote those tags thinking of them more like keywords... They are probably wrong. Can we delete them?
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revised Is this construct correct? “This one something…”
added 4 characters in body
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accepted Is this construct correct? “This one something…”
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comment Is this construct correct? “This one something…”
I was trying to say that while posing as a news story, it is actually an advertising.
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asked Is this construct correct? “This one something…”
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comment Do you say “the lyrics of the song” or “the lyrics to the song”? And why?
How would you add the name of the song to this form of the sentence?
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comment What's the meaning of “at 91 yen to the dollar”?
Don't panic, Google is telling me it should be "about 1.26 dollar to the euro" right now.
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comment What's the meaning of the expression “give that tall drink you call yer husband a break”?
Also, I think that the visual appeal of the person is the characteristic that the expression is trying to remark, not his height. Like in "The guy is attractive like a tall drink in the desert." But you shold not call a short person a tall drink, or it would sound like you are mocking him instead of complimenting him.