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Chris -- 2011-03-08
‘Tempt faith’ for ‘tempt fate’ was recorded here in 2006. This substitution goes in the opposite direction and is fairly common:
Instead of a blind leap of fate in getting whatever solutions the consulting firm developed for you to work, agree up-front on what you’re prepared to pay …
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When we embark on a new endeavor, we’ve often taken a leap of fate, follow a gut feeling, or act on a deep knowing …
Congrats on taking a leap of fate and exploring the world!
Quite a leap of fate for an actress who has always taken grave risks with her career! How does it feel to be playing an angel?
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Can you make it through the fire? Or will you get burned? The wildest ride in the woods! Do you dare to take the leap of fate?
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Wonderful eggcorn! Has all the hallmarks and is earmarked for a best-of-the-year for me. A leap of fate is at once the same and quite different from a leap of faith, depending on what’s there to catch you.
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