Acronimous's comments Page #12

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Poetry.com
Hey Ludy, sorry for the delay -- your song is now promoted!

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Symbols.com
Semicolon -- more info here: https://www.symbols.com/symbol/semicolon

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Poetry.com
Beautiful!

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Abbreviations.com

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Abbreviations.com
Congratulations! Well deserved…

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Poetry.com
LOL :-)

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Lyrics.com
We've just associated the song with your account so you can get proper credit... :-)

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Abbreviations.com
Thanks for the feedback -- you're absolutely right! We've just changed the "wrong" answers to be completely wrong this time... :-)

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Lyrics.com
Hi, thanks for letting us know -- we'll fix that on the next deployed version...

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Rhymes.com

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Definitions.net
Indeed, fixed!

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Symbols.com
Yep, just changed that...

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Symbols.com
Removed now...

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Abbreviations.com
Thanks, we've added it.

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Grammar.com
Feeling joyful and blessed.

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Rhymes.com
LOL

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Symbols.com
Better late than never... ;-)

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Symbols.com
That's the backslash! More info here: https://www.symbols.com/symbol/backslash

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Poetry.com
There's an EDIT button below the poem...

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Poetry.com
Just click EDIT and fix it... :-)

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Poetry.com
That’s kinda short ;-)

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Literature.com
Thanks David! Appreciated...

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