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Former pictures: Dakota puddles (prairie potholes), 2012-01-30; Yellowstone River icicles, 12 Dec 2011; Black-and-white ducks on YR, ca 6 Jan 2012; Eagle in eastwind snow, on south bank of YR, 15 Jan 2012; Sunlight & shadows on riverbottom, 5 Feb 2012; Duck in park puddle, June 2011; Trumpeter swan pair on YR, 13 Feb 2012; American Avocet on YR, 10 May 2012; Pelicans flying above YR, 24 June 2012, and pelican in YR, 16 May 2012; Rainbow above Livingston Peak, 23 July 2012; Rose/squirrel, 21 Nov 2012; old Bangalore station, Dec 2004; Bighorn sheep, Zion, 8 Nov 2013

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answered Starting a book with this sentence, is it ok?
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comment Meaning of “seek out like water”
You may be correct about the intent of the metaphor; but the metaphor itself seems weak and ambiguous. Water also occurs as storm waves, floods, rain falling on parades, and places where people drown. “There are an estimated 372000 annual drowning deaths worldwide.”
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comment What is the explanation of this error
You may find English Language Learners useful.
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comment A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
@StevenMastandrea, I added heretic to my answer.
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revised A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
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comment How is TL;DR used?
@AE, see edit...
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revised How is TL;DR used?
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awarded  phrase-requests
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comment Is there a word with the meaning to mix “s” and “th” when pronounced?
Shibboleth may also be of interest
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answered How is TL;DR used?
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answered Is there a word to express the idea of everything one could need?
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revised Is there a word to express the idea of everything one could need?
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revised A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
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revised A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
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answered A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
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comment A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
The close vote that says this question is a duplicate of the (needlessly-) closed question A phrase or a word for not practising what you are preaching seems to me to be misguided; the questions are not at all equivalent, albeit slightly overlapping.
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comment A phrase or a word for not practising what you are preaching
I don't recall ever seeing or hearing the term “double-faced” applied to people rather than fabric or boards (aside from here), but of course “two-faced” is quite common and I think has the meaning you mean to assign to “double-faced”.
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revised Is it correct to use an apostrophe to indicate something that belongs to an object?
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comment Is the usage 'literally nuts' correct?
You may find English Language Learners useful.
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revised Rhetorical device - listing rejected answers
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