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2-04-2007 @ 2:11PM
@#9&10 : I really think the English word is a derivative of the French word, since the French word literally means "to the purpose", on the contrary, the English word literally means, well, nothing. (see http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/apropos )And usually when you write a word in italic, it's to warn the reader that you're using a foreign word.So it would have been correct if it hadn't been written in italic, but for the present case, it's a French mistake.The pet is cool, by the way :-)
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