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revised What calls are you making?
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revised What calls are you making?
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answered What calls are you making?
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revised Word/phrase that means “the sound that is produced when objects are being moved by a stream”
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answered Word/phrase that means “the sound that is produced when objects are being moved by a stream”
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answered Is the definition of browser generally poor?
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comment Which is longer: snooze, nap, kip, 40 winks or siesta?
@Mari-LouA: No, nap seems to be the oldest one because it comes from Old English and German. My source doesn't list the exact date for it, but if you read on Old English and German, they existed way before the 17 century.
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answered Which is longer: snooze, nap, kip, 40 winks or siesta?
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comment Phrase for order is done or order received?
I think order placed implies sending the order from the buyer's side. I don't know if it implies reception on the seller's end.
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answered Meaning of “that friendship will not continue to the end which is begun for an end”
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comment The meaning of “that” in this case?
You don't need the second no before influence.
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answered Initial “See, …” or “Look, …” usage
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revised Is it correct to use “pointing out” in this context?
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answered Is it correct to use “pointing out” in this context?
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revised “woman” or “women” as a stand-in for the adjective “female”?
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comment “woman” or “women” as a stand-in for the adjective “female”?
@AndrewLeach Thanks. Removed that part.
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comment What did Obama mean by “ … something like this might have happened again”?
And he is not a Muslim so the chances of labeling him as a terrorist are slim.
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answered “woman” or “women” as a stand-in for the adjective “female”?
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answered What does “head first” mean?