@Robusto You know, we're talking rubbish, actually. You don't need a picture of both. I mean, you're asking for a difference. If you had both pictures, you'd see the difference. So what you need is a picture of a banana, period. Posting a picture of a macabre should be left to the answerer.
See, this is what separates your native speakers from your non-native speakers. No native speakers would have used ashame as a transitive verb, unless they were trying to be funny, contrary, or else had a sever brain cramp.
So ... after reading @nohat's frank and unapologetic, yet somehow dedicated and forthright (had enough adjectives yet?) self-nomination, I'm starting to waver in my support for @Martha's hardwood candidacy.
Hey, @Kosmonaut, been meaning to ask you a question. Do noun pairs always subordinate one noun into adjectival status, or do they ever coexist as equal, independent nouns. In The Marble Faun it feels to me that marble serves as an adjective, but I don't quite feel that princess is completely adjectival in The Princess Bride. Any thoughts?
BTW, RPG stands for "rocket-propelled grammar" and it is poised to sweep the nation.
WRT can be used in many sense , abbreviations etc. Some examples are -
WRT - With Regard To
WRT - With Respect To
Wrt - Wrought
wrt - Write
->W.R.T. abbreviations -
WRT-Walter Reade Theater
WRT-Westchester Reform Temple
WRT-Wallace Roberts & Todd
WRT=Workforce Review Team...
@Kosmonaut — I know what you're saying, but if two states of being are coequal, or the one that comes first actually forms a more applicable noun (whatever that means; work with me here), can't noun pairs simply be appositive and not in an adjectival-nominal relationship?
Books can be sorted or put in categories. For example, a book about Philippine cuisine written by Dostoyevski could be sorted into the categories "Cooking", "Russian author", "Philippines". But it would be sorted into each of these categories as a whole. You can't divide the book into categories....
In the foundations of mathematics, Russell's paradox (also known as Russell's antinomy), discovered by Bertrand Russell in 1901, showed that the naive set theory created by Georg Cantor leads to a contradiction. The same paradox had been discovered a year before by Ernst Zermelo but he did not publish the idea, which remained known only to Hilbert, Husserl and other members of the University of Göttingen.
Let R be the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. If R qualifies as a member of itself, it would contradict its own definition as a set containing sets that are not member...
Frankenstein ist eine Ortsgemeinde im Landkreis Kaiserslautern in Rheinland-Pfalz (Deutschland). Frankenstein gehört der Verbandsgemeinde Hochspeyer an, die ihren Verwaltungssitz in der Gemeinde Hochspeyer hat.
Frankenstein liegt in der Pfalz inmitten des Naturparkes Pfälzerwald im Städtedreieck von Kaiserslautern, Neustadt an der Weinstraße und Bad Dürkheim. Die Gemeinde bildet gleichzeitig auch den östlichen Abschluss des Landkreises Kaiserslautern. Ihre Gemarkung schiebt sich wie ein Keil in den benachbarten Landkreis Bad Dürkheim hinein. Nachbargemei...
Frankenstein is an unincorporated community in northwestern Osage County, Missouri, USA. It is located about 20 km (12 miles) east of Jefferson City.
The community is believed named not for the monster, but for Gottfried Franken, who donated land to build a church here in 1890.[http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=55265 link title]
Additional info: [http://neatocoolville.blogspot.com/2006_08_01_archive.html Frankenstein]
The Population only consists of thirty people
ok, I have a question: Would you write high frequency data-like when referring to something that is like high frequency data? My issue is that this, confusingly, makes that something seem like it's like data