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revised Meaning of “I'll break it for him,” (Chapter 3 Moby Dick)
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comment Difference(s) between Especially and Specially
Off topic - easily findable: oxforddictionaries.com/words/especially-or-specially
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comment I need Hindi or Urdu speakers to translate the sentence for me
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about the use of English
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comment Die of pig measles vs. Die of the pig measles
Would that not be pork measles?
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revised What does this quote by Sun Tzu-The Art of War mean?
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answered Please explain the conclusion of this quote
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comment Please explain the conclusion of this quote
What is wrong with EL&U today? That is not a useful comment
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revised Please explain the conclusion of this quote
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revised Please explain the conclusion of this quote
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comment Please explain the conclusion of this quote
I suggest @Robusto reads the question again. It is a normal question about what a statement means
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revised Please explain the conclusion of this quote
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comment What is the real meaning of “Speak English”?
PS: You are aware of how to accept an answer?
Aug
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comment “Yard” vs “Yards” when speaking about mowing
I assume it would be yards if you had to go through the house to get from one to the other
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comment Meaning of a henry ford quote
The quote relates to whether or not the tool can think for itself and hence give the employer trouble - it is a very capitalistic quote - I cannot verify the source
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comment Meaning of a henry ford quote
@Jay - assuming he did say that, I am pretty sure he meant exactly: "Do the job, do not ask why or complain about anything"
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revised Meaning of a henry ford quote
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answered Meaning of a henry ford quote
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revised Meaning of a henry ford quote
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comment Verb for making enemy
Right. I was going for the consensus: make (someone) feel isolated or estranged. "an urban environment which would alienate its inhabitants"
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comment Looking forward to follow vs. following
Nah - I cannot be bothered. I was just taken aback for a second