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comment The friend who travels with you
'companion' is technically correct, but not something anyone would actually say, mainly because the word 'best' is not appropriate here.
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comment What word means centered about death?
Shouldn't it be ...results in the viewpoint of his surroundings being <word> or ...results in his <word> view of his surroundings?
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accepted Is “appears likely” redundant?
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answered Double words in a sentence, what is this called?
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answered How to assess “an access of butchness”
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answered “Smiled at me” vs. “smiled to me”
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asked Where does “patching through” come from?
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comment Is there a word for “flashbacks within flashbacks”?
Not quite, because in programming a recursive function is specifically a function that calls itself - so it would only be a recursive flashback if it was a flashback about itself.