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Nov
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comment Can prone always be used as a synonym of sensitive?
Both replies are very helpful! I wish I could accept both.
Nov
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accepted Can prone always be used as a synonym of sensitive?
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asked Can prone always be used as a synonym of sensitive?
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Feb
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accepted Usage of “cancel” and “cancel out”
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comment Usage of “cancel” and “cancel out”
Thank you for the answer. Does this also mean that one should always write "A and B cancel each other out" instead of "A and B cancel each other"?
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asked Usage of “cancel” and “cancel out”
Feb
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comment “lie on the basis of” versus “lie at the basis of”
Thanks for providing a decent alternative.
Feb
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comment “lie on the basis of” versus “lie at the basis of”
Thanks for showing the Ngram tool. That is really convincing.
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accepted “lie on the basis of” versus “lie at the basis of”
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