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revised How is the area unit “m²” pronounced?
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revised How is the area unit “m²” pronounced?
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revised How is the area unit “m²” pronounced?
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answered How is the area unit “m²” pronounced?
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May
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accepted Why does “beliebig” mean random, while “belieben” suggests the contrary?
May
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revised “einen Tag alt” – Why is it “einen” not “ein”?
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answered “einen Tag alt” – Why is it “einen” not “ein”?
May
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comment The benifit of reading the original versus the English translation of Critique of Pure Reason
+1 for " Nietzsche in the original is a bliss."
May
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comment Canadian specific terminology
@Kanadier So. Now I hope you can see how standard was. Apparently indigen seems better.
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comment What is the umbrella term for ä, ö and ü and the little dots on them?
@O.R.Mapper Maybe. But this is an answer to the original, first question of the OP, thereafter edited.
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answered Canadian specific terminology
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revised Canadian specific terminology
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comment Why does “beliebig” mean random, while “belieben” suggests the contrary?
Seems reasonable. I see that's somehow also the main idea in the given answer.
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revised Why does “beliebig” mean random, while “belieben” suggests the contrary?
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asked Why does “beliebig” mean random, while “belieben” suggests the contrary?