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The difference is in the implied expenditure of effort. "As far as I know" implies simply recalling from memory, whereas "as far as I can ascertain" implies that one has actually done some research …
answered Dec 5 '16 by LiveMynd
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Actually, you split the sentence a little incorrectly there. To understand the sentence, consider the phrases "had his sights on" and "the corner office". To "have your sights on" something means t …
answered Aug 7 '14 by LiveMynd
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You belong with me. This refers to someone being in the right place (generally because the speaker and the person being spoken to are in love) when they are with the speaker. This "being together …
answered Jan 14 '16 by LiveMynd