Pet peeve of the day: The expression "at a high rate of speed", which is often used on the CTV news, really gets under my skin. Speed is the rate of motion, so why would you say "a high rate of rate of motion"? Why not just "at a high speed"? I've even heard police spokespeople say it (on CTV news!).
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