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revised Meaning of “is irrespective of”
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comment When should I use “a” versus “an” in front of a word beginning with the letter h?
Do you see a proper ngram? Seems the link changed to something like books.google.com/ngrams/…
Jan
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comment Meaning of “is irrespective of”
I agree with you. Hope someone can point to a conclusive source
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revised Meaning of “is irrespective of”
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revised What to call it when a clock no longer runs
Correct the English and change the title
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revised Is it correct to use “most” + “-est” together?
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comment Is it correct to use “most” + “-est” together?
The over was bothering me too :}
Jan
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answered Is it correct to use “most” + “-est” together?
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revised Is it correct to use “most” + “-est” together?
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comment When is it appropriate to use the idiom “various and sundry”
They certainly exist :) nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleonasme
Dec
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comment Anger vs. Wrath
Wrath has a big connotation of someone with superior strength actively channelling their anger into something destructive. Mainly used in such places as the old testament to tell about consequences of angering the deity. Same for the word Ire
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answered What does “’Beyond lay a void’ like the one at the pit of stomach” mean?
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answered What is the meaning of ground truth?