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Tim C

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  1. Ok sounds good - I have you listed to notify via Facebook when we launch - thanks again and take care!
  2. Ahh ok thanks makes sense. This is for something launching tentatively Spring 2021. I've gotten a few responses from other friends and posts corroborating more or less what you also stated so that is good to hear. To be determined if our interpretation will land at all but we'll see. If you're interested in sharing your Instagram or any social media handle we'll notify you once it's official.
  3. Ok understood. So is faîte with the accent also considered feminine?
  4. Ok great, thanks for the response! So that makes sense - so is faite the past tense of faire and would be read as "made"? I looked up synonyms of faîte with the accent - it said things like ridge (crête), zenith (zénith), summit (apogée), top (haut) etc so it almost seems as if it is talking about a high point which as you said would only be referred to in roofing which is the most common thing to reference as a high point in every day life unless you're a mountain climber. So rarely used, but if someone made reference to it as one of the synonyms would that make sense because it's
  5. What does "faite" mean? What does "faîte" mean? What is the difference between the two if any? Is there any cultural significance? Does either word have any slang or connotations associated? What does each word make someone feel? Is it just a basic everyday word or is one rarely used or for a special occasion?
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