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seneca Post time: 2014-10-19 13:05
Masybe it's now time to start to get used to it... Every new beginning is a little hard for thos ...

Like I have to get used to your nonsense?

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seneca Post time: 2014-10-19 13:43
You have a lot of peeves with people speaking about Englanders or Ukainians without your permiss ...

As a self proffessed expert on the English language you seem content to invent words to suit your motives but most will not accept a word until it appears in a reputable dictionary, I am one of those people.

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futsanglung Post time: 2014-10-19 13:12
If you did want to use it as a play on wordes it would be UKnian but either way it is a clumsy wor ...

The other witty remarks of yours in this thread made me grinned like a Cheshire cat!

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CarolleRain Post time: 2014-10-13 21:34
Q5: In news reports on bilateral relations between China and other countries, the word "Sino" is mor ...

Incorrect. Sorry, but it is from the French (see my original post)
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seneca Post time: 2014-10-16 19:21
The "word" 'Sino' is not really a word. A word can stand on its own but "Sino" always prefixes o ...

Incorrect Seneca. Please do not confuse the readers with factually incorrect material
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Sikaote Post time: 2014-10-17 08:40
UK = United Kingdom

anian = an English suffix indicating that an individual or individual is a na ...

The correct term is British, not UKainian or however you wish to spell it .. such use is illiterate and reflects your lack of knowledge of the English language.  However one might suggest you ponder the word Turd and it's use by King Edward I.  You probably fit that useage rather aptly I think.
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incarnationabc Post time: 2014-10-19 13:59
The other witty remarks of yours in this thread made me grinned like a Cheshire cat!

But with a Cheshire cat you can ONLY see the grin

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