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revised Word for a person who “knows not he knows not.”
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comment Word for a person who “knows not he knows not.”
Sounds like the Dunning-Kruger effect, but that's not a single word.
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reviewed Approve What is the meaning of the phrase “a man of the world”?
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comment What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
IMSDB has the full movie script here. The scene in question is number 60.
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reviewed Approve What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
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comment What does “you don't need a husband, you need a Greek chorus!” mean?
2009 is an old movie now? :)
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reviewed Looks OK What term means the “non-fiction information found in a fictional story”?
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reviewed Looks OK what does 'you may be subject to termination' mean
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revised Is “has made it his business to” polite or impolite?
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comment Would a golfer say, “I shot for 200 yards”?
Thanks for the mention, @GEdgar; sports terminology questions are generally on topic on both sites and can stay on whichever site they are asked on.
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revised When is the present perfect tense used instead of the past tense?
His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians.
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revised In which cases is a comma/period placed inside or outside of parentheses?
His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians. His name is Paul Brians.
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comment How to pronounce Abbott?
The proper pronunciation is "HEEEEEYYYYY ABBBOTTTTTT!"