frank

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on: Difference between “lying” and “misleading”

Sarah - misleading someone is not necessarily unintentional....

on: affectatious

It would indeed. And just because they're obsolete it doesn'...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Forkin' hell. What have I done? You're drawing a long bow he...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Well you could try looking up some references. Pair of twins...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Grammarians whose job it is to compile texts on the subject....

on: Why are some single objects plural?

It is indeed incorrect, strictly speaking, but common usage ...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Christ on a crutch, Ian; don't come down the ladder! The OED...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Okay - the OED paper version gives fork as [chiefly] US, for...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

Well, you could try the OED for a start. Do you have any evi...

on: affectatious

Affectatious is obsolete and has pretty much been replaced b...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

And of course I should have written "…among the most fascina...

on: Why are some single objects plural?

When we speak of a bicycle fork in the USA and the front (or...

on: Does “Who knows” need a question mark?

Well said, Kim. Frank Merton states that "…breaking with ...

on: Difference between “lying” and “misleading”

scyllacat is right. If the person being lied to doesn't beli...