the most wonderful handy-dandy exception - "not normally paired semantically as denoting two persons"

Steven Avery

Would you say "President Biden" does not involve an apposition? Is that a "circular claim?"

Here is an example given of apposition:

“the first US president, George Washington”


”the current acting US President, Joseph Biden”

would be the similar apposition.


Your ignorance on the mandatory apposition claim is really a terrible blunder on any GSR verse, again highlighting your weakness in English and logic.


Why not answer the question.

What was “tacked on afterward”.

Or was that yet another blunder?