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“as such that” vs. “such that”

I would like to see if the following sentence is correct: (context: the tool performs an analysis during which alarms may be raised) 1. we had set up the tool such that a raised alarm stops the ...
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Have been - Had been

I'm very confused over the usage of "Have been" and "Had been". Where do we use them? I also wanted to know where we don't use them. For example when I tell about my last month activities I only use ...
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Verb for creating an icon

I am having some difficulty wording a title for a paper of mine. I am going for something like, "Automatic text iconification". Which means an automatic method of giving text a symbolic ...
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Difference between “already know” and “have already known”

I've been thinking that the phrase "already know" is different from the phrase "have already known". Already know: I know something clearly at this point of saying (present) Have already known: I've ...
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When should I use “is”, and when “does”? [closed]

I know this is really basic, and I know the answer internally, I just find that I can't articulate it. When would you use "is", and when is "does" more appropriate? E.g. "The sun is green", vs "The ...