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What’s wrong with saying “have repeatedly arose”? [on hold]

I have a question on this sentence and was wondering why there is an error in it. Conflicts between land developers and conservationists have repeatedly arose, causing Congress to reconsider ...
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What does custom mean when it comes to parties? [closed]

I've seen different sets of people from around the country mention a "custom party" on written Halloween invitations. Does it simply mean costume (and just intentionally mis-spelled)? Or some specific ...
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How widely-accepted is “What do you got?” to Americans?

Watching A Stranger Among Us, I noticed that Melanie Griffith twice asked "What do you got?" I recognise this as an American construction which sounds strange to me — Brits invariably say either ...