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asked Which Language does the word Galore come from?
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asked Is this an incorrect use of the word 'Synonymous'?
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asked What is “:-” used for?
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asked What term describes the relationship between 'collectivism' and 'collectivisation'?
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accepted Etymology of 'kinematics'
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comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
@Zairja so there's not actually a second word that creates the matics part of kinematics?
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comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
Okay, I do now, do you know how Ampere came to cinematique? If you know any French you might be able to tell me the etymology of cinematique
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comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
Not sure I really understand that...
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comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
I know, he's being stupid, I know full well there are hundreds.
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asked Etymology of 'kinematics'
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accepted When speaking of age 13 and over, is it 12+ or 13+?
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comment When speaking of age 13 and over, is it 12+ or 13+?
No, all ages above 12 means at least 13 in my question.