Plus, as pro is redundant. Per, without aces, conveys the same meaning. And in some cases, as in itself would be as good as for, especially with the common phrase as usual – for example, Ludwig is the first search engine game that helps you write better English by contextualizing examples from reliable sources. But every week, Gus seemed to forget our agreement when we started our migration. Erm… First of all, I don`t think I`ve criticized anyone, Julian! And if that may be the word “jargon” that your goat has received, I have the initial desire to attribute it to the members of the British Colonial Service, not to the Indians in general. I do not think the reference you provided (Television Blend) refers to an Indian publication. “As always” makes no sense. Instead, you can give an example of an Indian publication.

Since I tried Ludwig in 2017, I have constantly edited and translated it. Since then, I`ve been offering it to my translators at ProSciEditing. I withdraw my remarks, because it does not make perfect sense to read them again to respond to your remark. So I misinterpreted your meaning, I`m sorry. It`s arrogant and asymmetrical. First, learn an Indian language of choice (after an invasion by India) and then, after changing something in the nuances of that language, listen to an Indian critic for such misuse of their language. “In addition to our dual registration contract with Whitehaven, we will try to take advantage of our agreement with London to allow Widnes players to develop their careers.” Here, per could be removed without loss of meaning. As usual, Richard Blais collected the first 3 places, Angelo swapping with Tiffani to round out the first three places. [TV mix] Isn`t it interesting to see how some people feel like they have a license, behave like immature jolts when their identity is virtual? In 2005, Bougainville voters elected their own parliament, according to an agreement reached in 2003. “As part of our agreement, we have made progress in opening our bases, especially in Incirlik,” he said.

Palestinian leaders are rightly frustrated by Israel`s refusal to release Palestinian prisoners under a previous agreement, and the Palestinians see their applications for membership in international conventions and treaties as a chance to “improve the conditions of competition”. The phrase adverbiale per per per, which comes from the writing of companies, usually means, as in these examples: Yes, very willingly jargon… Like what you`re doing now. As per is particularly common in Indian publications. It cannot be explained. Outside of India, attentive writers tend to avoid it so because it has a jargonist tone, and simply in tune with or as usual seems more natural. “Most cautious writers avoid it because there is a jargonist tone”? The time of the contract depends on the user according to his convenience. [PR Wall Street] I have absolutely no idea what you are referring to.

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