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What does “quite a” (as in “He’s quite a guy”) mean, and when should one use it? [migrated]

What does the following sentence mean? He is quite a guy. In which situation would quite a be used?
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“Most” vs. “most of”

During most of history, humans were too busy to think about thought. Why is "most of history" correct in the above sentence? I could understand the difference between "Most of the people" and ...
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Is the phrase “Like many another” correct in standard English?

I've come across "like many another" in a GMAT question. Its use is similar to "Like many other" e.g. "Like many another in his class, John is thirteen years old." It has 1M hits in google (compare ...