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Funnily enough, the primary meanings of these two words (very little vs. far away) are almost opposites. A sheer dress has very thin or transparent cloth; the utter end (outer end) of the country is far out at the border. Something is sheer nonsense if it is just nonsense, with no trace of reason. Something is utter nonsense if it is extreme nonsense, ...


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According to this Merriam-Webster link, definition of 'Queue' as a verb is- queue verb \ˈkyü\ : to form or wait in a line transitive verb : to arrange or form in a queue and intransitive verb : to line up or wait in a queue —often used with up. See below two examples of both forms of this usage of queue as a verb - The World's Food ...


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"Didn't" is an informal contraction of "did not". It would be out of place in a formal communication, and out of place compared with the tone of the rest of your statement. "dint" is a rare slang/dialect contraction of "didn't" and so is going to be a) even more out of place compared with the rest of the statement and b) extremely hard to understand for ...


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It depends on a number of factors, namely the tone / emphasis you wish to convey. If you are suggesting negotiations were made on the recipients behalf, but an agreement could not be reached (without inferring failings on the side of the party representing the recipient), why not say: "I regret to inform you that "name of company" is currently focussed ...


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Depressive mood and depressing scene **** The state of being literally depressed, is depressive ,but things that's going to act as provoking depression are depressing ===eg I'm depressed I've got a depressive mood ,,I've seen a depressing video..thank you for guiding me to a disciplinary perfect answer.. .....


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“A person” implies a singular person. A single person is in the room. “Some person” is the same thing but goes a step further. It implies that the one person is somewhat unknown. It could be a girlfriend, or a violent robber, or something in-between. “Some” implies an unknown. (e.g. "Some amount of money.", or "Some outcome." etc. That's how I see ...



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