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Joined: March 14, 2012
Comments posted: 2
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Has the word ‘notoriety’ lost its negative connotation? Nowadays, it seems to be synonymous with ‘fame’ but without the negative meaning to it.
He got his notoriety as a WWF wrestler in the 90′s. (even though he played a ‘good guy’)
He gained notoriety as a sharpshooter in his rookie year. (skilled hockey player)
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March 14, 2012, 11:44pm
just while I think of it, in my opinion, "upstairs to his room the little bastard would go" is preferable to "upstairs to his room would go the little bastard", though perhaps you just like the ring of it the other way.
March 14, 2012, 11:24pm
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