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Reflexive Pronoun Usage

Reflexive pronouns are used when someone or something is both the subject and the object of the same verb—that is, both that which is performing the action of the verb and that which is receiving the action. Thus, a reflexive pronoun can never be used as what in a sentence? More...
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Reflexive Pronoun Usage
Reflexive pronouns are used when someone or something is both the subject and the object of the same verb—that is, both that which is performing the action of the verb and that which is receiving the action.
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Quote: "The reflexive pronouns ... and oneself. The last of these is formed from the gender-neutral indefinite pronoun one; however, the pronoun 'one' is not a personal pronoun." Unquote

Is this (in bold) also considered true in the case of the British (royalty-specific) personal usage: "One is not amused" (i.e. where it "translates" as "I am not amused")?
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