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Aww... you're so sweet, Olga. You humble me.
Homographs; like "bow" and "bow". I love that! Fantastic idea!
I wanted to answer your pesky question, but seems like MARY and Onee beat me to it already.
I am your big fan, A738a, you know this )) ))if you have the same about homographs, it will be just awesome )
I can guess it :)
Thank you, Onee! :)
@Roman, 'rooting' also means cheering, like:
But, if you go to Australia and you hear something like: "the couple were rooting all night long", you better don't ask how ended the match.
thank you A7.., it is really usefull
Roman, I was rooting for Portugal and France in FIFA World Cup 2018. That answers why the cheerleader is there. ^^
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