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reviewed Reviewed “Cretin” and “imbecile” in US English
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reviewed Reviewed Where does “give something a whirl” come from?
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comment Is Missouri called /mi.'zuɹ.ə/ outside of Missouri?
You should listen in on the legislature. It's surprising who uses that pronunciation and who doesn't. I've found it a lot more common around Springfield, but I don't go north much.
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revised Does conjugation reduction require a hyphen in the affected words?
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reviewed Reviewed Does conjugation reduction require a hyphen in the affected words?
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reviewed Reviewed Referring a particular website, should I use the noun adjunct or the genitive/possessive?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a word for being so polite as to appear insincere?
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