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Dissident uit Roermond, 1298 - 1353.

"Heigh Jah van daar moeder en waarom de komiteaal honden kjat naam andertaar te geldert aanwezig" I said to my boyfriend as I picked up my phone and called my dad

talktotransformer.com

Always use a person’s self-identified pronoun.

The singular “they” is a generic third-person singular pronoun in English. Use of the singular “they” is endorsed as part of APA Style because it is inclusive of all people and helps writers avoid making assumptions about gender. Although usage of the singular “they” was once discouraged in academic writing, many advocacy groups and publishers have accepted and endorsed it, including Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary.

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APA Style and Grammar Guidelines: Singular "They"

Niveausprach.

Toch, wie een taal spreekt die zijn moedertaal niet is, die wordt naar beneden gedrukt, onherroepelijk.

Willem Frederik Hermans: Nooit meer slapen

Run like hell.

Under lexical scoping (also known as static scoping), the scope of a variable is determined by the lexical (i.e., textual) structure of a program.

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Under dynamic scoping, a variable is bound to the most recent value assigned to that variable, i.e., the most recent assignment during the program’s execution.

Inside PRL: Lexical and Dynamical Scope

Familialle.

1. (noun) relationship, kinship, sense of family connection - a relationship through shared experiences and working together which provides people with a sense of belonging. It develops as a result of kinship rights and obligations, which also serve to strengthen each member of the kin group. It also extends to others to whom one develops a close familial, friendship or reciprocal relationship.

Māori Dictionary: whanaungatanga

Who to go to, who to live with, with whom to share.

My heart will lead me to make honest choices

Floor Jansen: I don't know a thing about love

(vertaling van Ruben Annink: Van de liefde weet ik niks)

Wer Wo Wann.

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