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answered Looking for a word that describes thinking something is more common than it is?
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comment Plural of “an end in itself”
Similar but different. This is an answer to a different question.
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answered In which form should verbs following nominal phrases like “none of you”, “either of you”, etc. be?
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answered “Has dated well” vs. “has aged well”
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comment What are the reflective thingies called in English?
I will need to search. I remember the material being developed (too late) for the Apollo program. But, I have seen tags of this stuff used on school bags in northern Germany, here in NZ, and also in Colorado (US).
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revised What are the reflective thingies called in English?
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comment What are the reflective thingies called in English?
They ARE called that in the UK, but elsewhere the term is used for the material.
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answered What are the reflective thingies called in English?
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answered What does 'under subsection' mean in the following clause?
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answered How to use “distinguish” in this sentence
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answered Why is a w a “Double u”, but an m is not a “Double n”?
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