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awarded  Notable Question
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comment When he was 7, he killed his first enemy
Yes, that seems to be it, thanks
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accepted When he was 7, he killed his first enemy
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comment When he was 7, he killed his first enemy
@TimLymington: right, but the enemy should somehow be there (as opposed to a friend or unrelated person).
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asked When he was 7, he killed his first enemy
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Reflexive possessive pronoun
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revised Reflexive possessive pronoun
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comment Reflexive possessive pronoun
@BillFranke: Please feel free to correct the mistakes.
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comment Reflexive possessive pronoun
I'm not a native speaker, but doesn't "their" or "his" sound peculiar when referring to "mine or yours"? It's unspecified person as well, not only the gender.
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comment Reflexive possessive pronoun
The first sentence was actually just an example of what I wanted to say. Doesn't "the other's account" mean that "I will see the money on your account and vice versa"?
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asked Reflexive possessive pronoun
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accepted Is there a word for a driver who changes lanes often?
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revised Is there a word for a driver who changes lanes often?
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comment Is there a word for a driver who changes lanes often?
@FumbleFingers: please post it as an answer, seems to be it.
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asked Is there a word for a driver who changes lanes often?