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Jul
21
revised What's the name of the buildings/infrastructure collecting raw resources?
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Jul
15
revised Framing a question whose answer is an ordinal number
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Jul
15
revised Framing a question whose answer is an ordinal number
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Jul
9
revised Expression meaning crying in reaction to beauty
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Jul
9
revised Expression meaning crying in reaction to beauty
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Jul
1
revised What do you call someone who is favored by a higher authority?
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Jun
30
revised Is there any polite equivalent to “genitals”?
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Jun
25
revised A less hostile word that can replace “violation”
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Jun
22
revised Idiom/expression that means “canceling” an event from your calendar?
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Apr
29
revised Is this misplaced adjective ok, even though it is technically incorrect?
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Apr
8
revised Word meaning romantic but without conveying the idea of love?
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Mar
31
revised Can I say “listen for it” and “smell for it”?
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Mar
28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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Mar
28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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Mar
28
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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Mar
27
revised Is there an English idiom that means “you can always find a law to convict anyone”?
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Mar
24
revised Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
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Mar
18
revised Can you ask a question without a question mark?
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Mar
18
revised Can I say : “He was made broke”?
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Mar
17
revised What single word means “uncritique-able”?
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