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January 30, 2009
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I guess comparisons and superlatives for more colours are possible in literary writing.
"bourgeois" seems to cover I, O, R :)
If you don't like "one of the most", what will you say about "a most"?
1) Argentina gained independence from Spain in 1816. (New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd Edition. © 2005 by Oxford University Press, Inc.)
2) independence of irrelevant alternatives; independence of random variables
Yes, "someone else's" and "passers-by" is correct.
There's nothing to add to yello.cape.cod's explanation. ;)
Just one more thing:Whose: mother-in-law's
we call them modal verbs.
New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd Edition. © 2005 by Oxford University Press:
(pl. also mouses) Computing a small hand-held device that is dragged across a flat surface to move the cursor on a computer screen, typically having buttons that are pressed to control computer functions
I guess it's OK if we distinguish the rodents and devices grammatically :)
This is one of his, girlfriends! ;)
I don't see anything wrong about one of the most ..., one of the best, etc.
Yes, I agree it's a metaphor, child's play or imagination is meant, IMO :)
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