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    Default I'd go for 'best known'.

    Can you tell me what does "I'd go for 'best known'." mean in post #3 of the link?
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/ge...d-mistake.html
    I think that it has an implied meaning of "If I were you, I would go for 'best known'." Is it correct?
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    Default Re: I'd go for 'best known'.

    Yes

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