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reviewed No Action Needed Position of auxiliary verb
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a distinction between “ceteris paribus” and “other things held constant”?
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reviewed No Action Needed My thesis statement sounds awkward, should I add more commas?
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reviewed No Action Needed My thesis statement sounds awkward, should I add more commas?
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reviewed No Action Needed Name for a problem where one solution has a high known cost and the other has an unknown cost
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Oct
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comment What is a group of cars on the road called?
Most of the replies are trying to coin new terms not in common use, I think this one is the 'best fit' which mentions there is no term and suggests commonly understood alternatives (since Oldcat didn't post as answer)
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accepted What is a group of cars on the road called?
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Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed Functionality vs. Functionalities: are both correct pluralizations?
Sep
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answered What is the word for talking to someone as if they don't know anything
Sep
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comment What is a group of cars on the road called?
pack sounds like an option, or just cars if there isn't a specific word. Re. Sven, haha I hate being stuck behind those whales but I don't think its common to call their groups as pods ;)
Sep
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comment Is it “2-8 days” or “two to eight days”?
@Neeku Thanks, that formatting looks much better. Also, oops on the 'its' mistake :P
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revised Is it “2-8 days” or “two to eight days”?
formatting
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comment Is there an adjective for “cannot be defended against”?
W.r.t. your example, 'insurmountable', 'unsurpassable' or 'omnipotent' could all fit.
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comment Is there an adjective for “cannot be defended against”?
This fits, consider the paradox statement of 'irresistible force meeting immovable object'.