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revised Does one ride “in” a chariot, or “on” a chariot?
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answered Antonym for “unify” that sounds equally as eloquent?
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24
comment What is the meaning of “contain the group”?
Yes, and if you de-acronymize the "IS" to "Islamic State" It may be even easier to demonstrate that confusing bit.
Jun
24
answered Reported speech: why is the past perfect the right answer here?
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answered Does one ride “in” a chariot, or “on” a chariot?
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answered Word or phrase for someone who does not think far into the future
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comment Visual connotation associated with “lucid”
I think you're a bit confused on what the transparent and translucent definitions are meaning. When referring to the term lucid they aren't meaning just that light can pass through but also connotations of clarity.
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answered Adjective “grim”