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accepted Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
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comment Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
Somebody who managed to unlocked his/her inner potential...is the archetype I want to describe.
Apr
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comment Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
For example, rags-to-riches story applies to Cinderella story, but not in this case :(
Apr
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comment Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
Thank you for your answer. However, I am more thinking more along the lines of improvement of skills, rather than gaining wealth.
Apr
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asked Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
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accepted What is the correct visualization of “first left down the hallway”?
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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comment What is the correct visualization of “first left down the hallway”?
@Josh61 so it's the first picture then(if we assume the bottom "road" is the hallway). I thought the "hallway" is something you get into and get out of rather than something you are already in.
Apr
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revised What is the correct visualization of “first left down the hallway”?
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Apr
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revised What is the correct visualization of “first left down the hallway”?
edited tags; edited tags
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asked What is the correct visualization of “first left down the hallway”?
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asked What's the difference between “zero in” and “home in”?
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accepted What is the difference between “at least as surprising as” and “more surprising than”?
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comment What is the difference between “at least as surprising as” and “more surprising than”?
just to be clear, is "greater than or equal to" interchangeable with "at least as extreme as"?
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asked What is the difference between “at least as surprising as” and “more surprising than”?
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accepted Difference between “ADJ enough to VERB” and “so ADJ as to VERB”
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asked Difference between “ADJ enough to VERB” and “so ADJ as to VERB”
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accepted Question on “the fabric of X” in sentences
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asked Question on “the fabric of X” in sentences
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