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Note to self: "Make sure you know what you are asking before you ask."

BA in History and Political Science; BS in Computer Science; JD


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
24
asked Are “perchance” and “by chance” interchangeable?
Dec
16
comment Is “august public official” considered an idiom, and has august always been used to refer to public officials?
man two questions, and two closed questions, I am striking out on this stack, sorry for the lack of research on my part
Dec
15
awarded  Editor
Dec
15
revised Is “august public official” considered an idiom, and has august always been used to refer to public officials?
I broadened the scope of the question to include information disclosed in the comments.
Dec
15
comment Is “august public official” considered an idiom, and has august always been used to refer to public officials?
Thank you both. I don't know why I didn't just think to look up august in the dictionary.
Dec
15
comment Is “august public official” considered an idiom, and has august always been used to refer to public officials?
Okay, so it really isn't an idiom then? I'm just foolish for not consulting the dictionary? Dang it.
Dec
15
awarded  Scholar
Dec
15
awarded  Supporter
Dec
15
accepted Where did the idiom “scot-free” come from?
Dec
15
asked Is “august public official” considered an idiom, and has august always been used to refer to public officials?
Apr
13
awarded  Student
Apr
13
asked Where did the idiom “scot-free” come from?