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asked Does the word “master” denote masculinity?
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comment To devote vs. dedicate yourself: which works better for being studious?
Thank you, and I see your point. Thanks!!!
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accepted To devote vs. dedicate yourself: which works better for being studious?
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asked To devote vs. dedicate yourself: which works better for being studious?
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comment How should one punctuate the phrase “simply to understand devote yourself”?
@EdwinAshworth - Agreed, they come off as forced. .. But it's word-play
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revised “There isn't” vs. “there's not”
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comment What are these wheels called in English?
But that's just it - wheels is the word
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answered “There isn't” vs. “there's not”
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accepted Is there a word for the mental state of laughter?
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comment Is there a word for the mental state of laughter?
@cornbreadninja - Exactly! Isn't it akin to being mad in that it's uncontrollable? Like that famous video on YT of the talkshow guy laughing at a castrated man's voice>?