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Are snowclones common in Japanese?
Are snowclones common in Japanese? A snowclone is a neologism for a type of cliché and phrasal template originally defined as "a multi-use, customizable, instantly recognizable, time-worn, ...
Oct 17 '12 at 8:56
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