Lmaltier 19:20, (UTC) A related question: The French adjective octavien is defined as Octavian.
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It would be quite easy to disprove IMO.It's probably something of a famous/less-famous break, though.Faith, if it hath not works, is dead.119 and an Urban dictionary entry (sorry as DC asks, at what point does this become a bona fide affix?In any event, we don't have.Two of the"tions don't meet attributive use, besides that CFI was voted out in June.Msh210 ( talk ) 17:12, (UTC) Just out of interest: Where can I find the policy you're talking about?
DCDuring talk 16:09, (UTC) I have added a very clumsy non-gloss definition at person#Noun for the applicable sense.
There are different types of food someone can obtain, but that doesn't mean we should have separate senses "potatoes" and "eggs".v.
Ruakh talk 02:50, (UTC) It's definitely found, though it grates on my ears/eyes every time I hear/see.
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Wikipedia says "a political philosophy that (uses) modern American economic and military power to bring liberalism, democracy, and human rights to other countries." Can these possibly agree?"Clitic" is not a PoS."They sang fervent amens/amen choruses after every verse." In the Dickens use below as well as some of those above, there is a specified referent to which the previously provided text is to be reapplied.That should probably apply to all x-word combinations.So 've must be a verb.Idsi 16:05, (UTC) That spelling is less than 5 of recent US news usage per google.I don't know whether some or all of the trans-see s should remain or be replaced.Mglovesfun ( talk ) 11:24, 11 September 2010 (UTC) Surely this is an adverb?Do they all deserve senses?I think the institutional nature of the delay (to avoid fines for the broadcast use of inappropriate language, gestures, or images) may make the other sense meet CFI too.An exclamation of surprise, pain, or excitement, appended to the end of a sentance.