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reviewed Leave Closed A word for a person who is doubtful and always second-guesses everything he knows
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is the right jack in cribbage also called “his Knobs”?
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reviewed No Action Needed idiom for proceeding slowly and with difficulty
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reviewed No Action Needed If you want my sympathy, look it up in the dictionary
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reviewed Reviewed Can “unto” be used instead of “onto” in American English?
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reviewed Close Capitalization of title in scientific paper
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reviewed Close Possesive pronoun to use with the interrogative pronoun
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reviewed Close Don't you heard OR haven't you heard
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reviewed Leave Open “hugest” grammatically correct?
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reviewed Close Polite way when you ask someone you don't know a question
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reviewed Close “each day” → “daily”; “every other day” →?
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reviewed Close Ask questions in first or second person?
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reviewed Close Use of pronouns her
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reviewed Close Is “Can I have a cup of coffee?” polite?
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reviewed Close Which one is correct to use?
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reviewed Close “does there exist” or “does there exists”
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reviewed Close “See these guys [infinitive]” vs. “see these guys [present participle]”
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reviewed Looks OK Meaning of: “Therefore whether it were I or they” in scripture
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reviewed Delete Word meaning “having the power to both create and destroy something”
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reviewed Edit Is there an English equivalent to “Do not expose others' misdeeds”?