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revised “It ends tomorrow” or “It will end tomorrow”?
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Jul
27
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Jul
25
revised British and Canadian but not Coloradan?
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Jul
23
revised her: a determiner or a pronoun?
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Jul
23
revised When someone accuses you of wrong doing after you had accused them of something what do you call that or them?
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Jul
23
comment When someone accuses you of wrong doing after you had accused them of something what do you call that or them?
@EdwinAshworth A perfect answer, certainly, but not the only answer. Counteraccusation (in Silverfish's answer) is also a perfect fit.
Jul
22
revised What is difference between no different and not different
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Jul
22
revised Opposite of “excess” in this context
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Jul
22
revised “She hopes to earn her living as a ___ in an office”
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Jul
13
revised Is villain masculine?
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Jul
12
comment What does “off the hook” mean?
You know how to use it but you don't know the meaning? Please provide some examples of how you would use it, as there is more than one meaning.
Jul
12
revised What does “off the hook” mean?
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Jul
8
revised English equivalent to Spanish idom “to discover America/the Mediterranean”
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Jul
7
revised Principles in the use of letters 'b', 'u' and 'v' in Early Modern English typography
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Jul
7
comment Idiom for someone who buys all the best gear to do something before they even have a basic proficiency?
This rhymes better with a British pronunciation than an American pronunciation (in general).
Jun
30
revised An old car in bad condition
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Jun
25
revised How to stay true to a Welsh setting?
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Jun
22
comment Word for “scheduled activities”?
An organized event, such as a conference, might have a program. However, it would be odd to say that somebody has a program.
Jun
20
revised Word for winning because the competitors were miraculously all worse
Removed improper use of monospaced type
Jun
20
revised Word for winning because the competitors were miraculously all worse
Removed inappropriate use of monospace font