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answered which pronoun do I use here, “he” or “him”?
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answered Is it weird to use “this” in past tense narrative?
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comment What phrase can I use to describe connected concepts
Hmmm. That's three possible relationships: Importance, influence, and "in some way" subsettedness. Probably the relationship you're representing is clearer in context. Can you give a few examples? (My hunch is that you'd be better off stating the relationship directly, rather than mapping it onto a more abstract idea like verticality.)
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comment What phrase can I use to describe connected concepts
No, I knew "linear" might be wrong in that way. It doesn't suggest the directedness of the relationship. But I couldn't think of a better word without more information. What does the vertical dimension represent? Importance? Priority? Dependence? Subordination? Precedence? Something else?
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comment in years that vs. in years when
I would go with "years in which."
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answered A “scientific” word for probably
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answered A word that means how authentic or true a replica is to the original
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answered Short exclamation to mean: “This is driving me crazy.”
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answered Word for “Click or Tap”
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answered If you're using a quote with a period but do not want to end the sentence, do you keep the period?
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answered Writing about contributions