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To me, the sentences are similar enough in meaning that they could be interchangeable. The meaning I glean from them is that "since then, I have" practiced almost exclusively in "this work." That being said, the second sentence may be slightly ambiguous. It could mean "I have been developing my specialty in this work since then." In other words, the ...


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Let's consider a different pair of examples here: Since then, I have written a novel. - have written (present perfect tense) >> meaning, I've finished writing a novel. Since then, I've been writing a novel. - have been writing (present perfect continuous) >> I'm in the process of writing a novel. I haven't finished it yet. Your sentences: "Since then ...


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About 3 years ago I checked into the ER with an obstructed bladder (due to kidney stones). The pain was unimaginable. Thankfully, the ER people recognized right away how much pain I was in and got me into a room right away. Several nurses got quickly to work, placing a "Foley catheter" in my urethra, draining the accumulated urine, and removing the ...


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Onpass is one word, not two. If you were a reporter filing stories by cable, you thus saved a word and the per word cable charge. It was common to omit or combine words to save money. The usage lingered among reporters for decades after filing by cable became defunct. As late as the early 90's, I recall seeing story line-ups in my computer that began with ...


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Both refer to things that are not known. unknown (adj.) - not known; not well-known; not famous unknown (n) - a place, situation, or thing that you do not know about or understand; a person who is not famous or well-known; something that is not known or not yet discovered


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A launch is basically a "first release". It's often the v1.0 of an application. If said version would be updated, whether by fixing bugs or adding content, the v1.1 would again be released. However, the terms are sometimes used as synonyms. If an update is a very important update, it can be said to be the "launch of the update". Also, when speaking of the ...



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