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It is true that some translations use and, while others use now, and it is almost not important which one is picked, as they fulfil the same role: they are discourse markers1 which give the text a certain flowing: The English discourse marker now has been characterized as a marker of “temporal relations between utterances in a discourse” (Schiffrin, 1987) ...


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In the UK a wrangler is a person engaging in a lengthy and complicated dispute and a wrangle is such a dispute. The US meaning isn't common here, though people my age may remember hearing the word used to mean a person in charge of horses or other livestock on a ranch (same link) in old cowboy series on television and may therefore know why Wrangler jeans ...


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