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accepted What is the meaning of “highway shops”?
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asked What is the meaning of “highway shops”?
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comment Hatred of Chinese
Sinophobia and anti-Chinese sentiment are equivalent in meaning I belive.
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comment “requested to” vs “requested from”
@Kris: Thanks for the input. I thought that both could be used, but according to the comments and answers, requested to is ungrammatical.
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comment “requested to” vs “requested from”
@BraddSzonye: Thanks Bradd, I understand the problem now.
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comment “requested to” vs “requested from”
Thanks, useful information. Perhaps information was a bad example, how about the hits for tests requested to the?
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comment “requested to” vs “requested from”
@BillFranke: Is this fundamental? I get a lot of hits for requested to.
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comment “requested to” vs “requested from”
@BillFranke: Does that mean "requested to" is incorrect or ungrammatical?
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comment Is “sans” a drop-in replacement for “without”?
@Chris: People usually do not consciously engage in language extermination. It generally stems from a natural process of language evolution. The usage of sans has simply died out (although I've seen it used by non-native English speakers).
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