I am no stranger to smth.

I am not stranger to smth.

Which one is correct? Or do they have different meanings depending on the context?

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"I am no stranger to sm[i]th" is correct. The second would be correct if phrased "I am not a stranger to sm[i]th." The article is critical.

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