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comment Etymology of 'clinical' in 'clinical professor'?
@AndrewLeach: Maybe in the US, it has a different sense. See this business school faculty list for example, where several professors are referred to as 'clinical'.
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answered Is there a single word that describes someone who hates themself? (Antonym of narcissist)
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reviewed Approve Is there an English equivalent to the Persian saying “Now that it's my turn, the sky came down”?
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comment Is there a more appropriate way to say “moved A below B”?
@Calne: Either should be fine, Calne :)
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answered Is there an English equivalent to the Persian saying “Now that it's my turn, the sky came down”?
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answered is there a word which conveys the idea of criticizing with (or out of) love?
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comment What is it called when a highly respected person commits an immoral act but people don't believe that he committed the act?
@AaronHall: Agreed it is more popular with things. But it is sometimes used with people too. See for example: theglobeandmail.com/arts/television/…
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reviewed Approve What is the word for someone who tries so hard to get to something but he can't and it's not his fault?
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answered A synonym for “picky” with a positive connotation (food)?