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    He and I/Him and I etc

    In the sentence below should the sentence be ..."he and Adrian..." or "...him and Adrian..."?

    At Walter’s house, Walter led him and Adrian through the back door into the kitchen and down a set of...
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    Art is a controlled outlet for the limitless...

    Art is a controlled outlet for the limitless emotions a man (or woman), simply by being alive, must necessarily experience, and struggle to understand.

    I agree with Cacian, that no one “with an...
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    I'm as open to the interpretation of art as the...

    I'm as open to the interpretation of art as the next person, but I don't really see the art in your "soccer player's name." Unless you drew each individual LEGO block that makes up the name.

    I'm...
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    The game's afoot

    Is there a definition for a sentence like:

    The game's afoot
    The King's account
    The star's align

    Sentences that, depending upon how you interpret them, may have two meanings?

    A game is NOT...
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