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comment Usage of “give it a read”
@srinivas.naik Only if you're reading the essay aloud or playing a piece of music (i.e., sound is involved)
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comment 'Nonprobabilistic Sampling' versus 'Nonprobability Sampling'
Your translation is correct. The translator is wrong.
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comment Usage of “give it a read”
Yes, it's correct.
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answered Word to describe “something that makes sense in your own head”?
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comment Too many “and's”
@WayfaringStranger Updated, thanks.
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comment Is “It would thus be” grammatically correct?
Can you provide more context, i.e., a full sentence?
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answered Is “It would thus be” grammatically correct?
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answered Too many “and's”
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answered “As powerful as just, as beneficient as wise…” Is there a literary device for this phrasing?
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comment Is there a name for a word where all the letters are in alphabetical order
No, there isn't such a word.
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comment Does primary, secondary, tertiary, […] continue forever?
The series is constructed from Latin prefixes.
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comment Any word followed by “proof” means that something is protected against that word
Yes, but consider using a hyphen to coin new compounds, such as "cat-proof." I'm not sure if appleproof would work, since it's not clear what you're proofing yourself against.