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something else (again)

something entirely different. Borrowing is one thing, but stealing is something else. Skindiving is easy and fun, but scuba diving is something else again.
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Mr Leech contacted the tax credit office as soon as he realised the letter was meant for someone else but, due to data protection issues, they were unable to discuss the matter.
But there's a weariness here, a fury reduced to a twitch, that puts you in touch with a particular person, the singer, not someone you'd meet anywhere else.
Apart from anything else, while you may not have seen anyone's else's, the doctor will have seen thousands which is why he'll be able to tell you instantly if everything is as it should be.
You give these personal financial details out and assume they will go no further, then you find out they are being sent out automatically to someone else.
You did the usual search to see if someone else had a domain name identical to the one you wanted to register.
The song turns "Disneyland" (the "Dizz Knee Land" titling obviously meant to protect Dada from Disney's notorious trademark cops) into a perfect blank: the place you go when you can't think of anything else to do, when you haven't got the energy to choose one road over another.
We, the licence payers have to pay for the technicians, equipment and everything else needed to transmit the shows.