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comment “Many books” vs. “many of books”
The TL;DR answer is No you don't use OF unless using a pronoun (eg my, your, his)
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comment What should I call someone addicted to mobile appliances?
I presume the omission of StackExchange from the list was intended :p
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reviewed Reviewed I'm currently specializing in Urology
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comment “justify” vs. “align” in the context of alignment
@spiceyokooko - looking at your profile, I'll take your (expert) word on it... :-)
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comment “justify” vs. “align” in the context of alignment
I don't disagree @spiceyokooko - but they used to mean different things, whereas now they seem to amount to the same (or rather align seems to have usurped justify)... as per the accounting alignment observation
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answered “justify” vs. “align” in the context of alignment
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answered Retire Vs Retirement
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reviewed Reviewed Ambiguity of “to be” + gerund
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reviewed Reviewed What dialect is “I be doing this”?
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reviewed Reviewed How did the letter Z become to be associated with sleeping/snoring?
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reviewed Reviewed Is “yay or nay” an acceptable alternative to “yea or nay”?
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reviewed Reviewed Why is “a 100% increase” the same amount as “a two-fold increase”?
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reviewed Reviewed Odd usage of “penchant”
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reviewed Reviewed Redundancy in subjunctive?
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a connotational difference between “Reality” and “Actuality”?