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Offline sonko

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on: June 24, 2019, 05:56
ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM

Found that in Iggy Pop's "I need more" book as if he asked his schoolteacher about the longest word in English and she gave him THAT. Strange, he didn't ask the meaning of this word, looks like he understood it - a child of 6 or 7 years old. But is it 100% artificial as an example of something, or that abracadabra can really be used in some "natural" context? Well, the answer seems far beyond my Russian brain )
But anyway...
Нi одну проблему нелèзia решiтe на том уровнiе, но котором она бoiла создана (Albert Einstein).

Pri izucenii nauk primery poléznee pravil (Isaac Nevvton).

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Offline СНовосиба

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Reply #1 on: June 24, 2019, 06:18
But is it 100% artificial as an example of something...
clicky

Offline sonko

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Reply #2 on: June 24, 2019, 06:29
Thanks a lot! All hell comes from church, no surprise :)
Нi одну проблему нелèзia решiтe на том уровнiе, но котором она бoiла создана (Albert Einstein).

Pri izucenii nauk primery poléznee pravil (Isaac Nevvton).

См.: http://samlib.ru/i/imanja_g/lkvrilluca.shtml

 

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