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accepted What does the joke with the punchline about Chrome and Hollandaise mean, and why is it funny?
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accepted Is it incorrect to place the adverb after the verb? “Handsomely win” v. “Win handsomely”
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accepted How is an “assault” different from “battery” in everyday English?
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asked Is it incorrect to place the adverb after the verb? “Handsomely win” v. “Win handsomely”
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comment Which is the correct way to refer to the letter “Z” — “Zee” or “Zed”?
I am done with the presentation. When i got to Component Z, I naturally slipped into saying "Zed" the first time I referred to the component, and quickly added - 'or "Zee"'. I got a few smiles and nods, but otherwise a stoic bunch!
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accepted Which is the correct way to refer to the letter “Z” — “Zee” or “Zed”?
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asked How is an “assault” different from “battery” in everyday English?
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accepted How did the word “busybody” end up meaning so different from what it appears on its face to imply?