02 November 2008

Richard Eng Beta

The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms defines "beyond comparison" as below.

beyond comparison Also, without comparison or beyond compare. Too superior to be compared, unrivaled, as in This view of the mountains is beyond comparison, or That bakery is without comparison. The first term, more common today than the much older variants, was first recorded in 1871. Without comparison goes back to 1340, and without compare to 1621.

Pulchritude... why use such word when beauty has the same meaning? Is it simply an act of showing off? What does it take to be a good teacher?

Can Richard Eng be trusted?

I like him better, at least he looks more like a teacher.

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