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reviewed Close “fought in the World War II” versus “fought in the second World War”
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reviewed Close You can spend all your love making time?
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reviewed Close Saxon Genitiv or of-genitive? - e.g. 'the family's' vs 'of the family'
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reviewed Leave Closed What is wrong with “ He participated in two-miles race ”?
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comment Can “sitcom” be considered an “acronym”?
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reviewed Close What does “in the middle of the/a pack” mean?
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reviewed Leave Open What is a decent word for “spitting”?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the longest palindromic phrase?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Approximate values of amount modifiers
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Which spelling is correct: “benefiting” or “benefitting”?
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reviewed Reviewed Let us or Let's when demanding.
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reviewed Reviewed Do “asymmetric” and “dissymmetric” have different meaning?
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comment Do “asymmetric” and “dissymmetric” have different meaning?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is the phrase “awaiting customer” bad English?
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reviewed No Action Needed Where an ellipsis exists, is there a term for the missing text?
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reviewed Reviewed Hype-driven Definition
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reviewed No Action Needed What does “fine-grained” mean?
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reviewed Reviewed what does “a course of action” mean?
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comment what does “a course of action” mean?
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reviewed Reviewed What does it mean to drag something in “by the stamp?”