error fatal


error fatal
(n.) = fatal mistake
Ex. In your first few comments I think you were making the point I was trying to make, namely, automating what you're doing already is always a fatal mistake.
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(n.) = fatal mistake

Ex: In your first few comments I think you were making the point I was trying to make, namely, automating what you're doing already is always a fatal mistake.


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