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    redundancy

    Is it okay to use expressions that are redundant, just to make a point on what you're trying to say? Example: actual facts, completely engulfed etc.

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    Re: redundancy

    Of course it is, people do this all the time, and always have. It is one of the prime generators of linguistic evolution.

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